What's great about latest version of Apple iTunes 12.3.5
Apple said new iTunes version can be freely, downloaded from the company's iTunes webpage or from its Software Update on Mac. Apple stated new iTunes version 12.3.5 has many software updates and provides stability and performance improvements for Apple apps under platform of iTunes
Smartphone firm Apple has launched iTunes new version 12.3.5 having more performance enhancements, lyrics and playback fixes and minor bug changes. The event saw some other software's releases along with iTunes version 12.3.5 launch, said Apple.
Apple said new iTunes version can be freely, downloaded from the company's iTunes webpage or from its Software Update on Mac. Apple stated new iTunes version 12.3.5 has many software updates and provide stability and performance improvements for Apple apps under platform of iTunes.
New Apple iTunes version 12.3.5 specs, features and downloading?
Apple revealed that new iTunes version 12.3.5 is similar to early releases during last week. But, the earlier iTunes version reported updates address issues, leading to music being played back in the incorrect order, said Apple.
Also the initial iTunes version has defect that blocked lyrics from displaying when users listen to Beats 1 radio.
Apple says new iTunes 12.5.3 version comes with many bug fixes and also compatible for across iTune users.
iTunes version 12.5.3 can be downloaded for free from Apple's iTunes webpage or via Software Update on Mac.
Apple last came with updates for iTunes in September, when it launched the iTunes 12.5.1.
This iTunes version came with an array of aesthetic and behind-the-scenes upgrades along with the launch of Apple's MacOS Sierra.
This time Apple fortunately decided to bring many changes for its Apple's Music apps, say experts, adding now Apple Music has gone a major improvement for its iTunes which is similar to the changes given for Apple's Music apps for its newly launched iOS 10.
The new changes include extra support for Siri for Mac and also picture-in-picture viewing, added Apple sources.
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