Apple releases iTunes 11 following delay

Apple has now released the latest version of its music software, iTunes 11, after a brief delay. iTunes 11 is available via the download link website on Apple's iTunes, or "check for updates" on the desktop version of the software. If first sign in, Apple will ask you for permission to "'''share details about your library with Apple to see album covers, artist images, and other related information in your library'''''. To access music,  click on Music icon on the top left and sort by genres, artists, albums, songs, or videos using the menu that sits along the top of iTunes 11. iTunes 11 gets rid of the old left-hand bar; radio and playlists now appear in that top menu, other options - TV shows, movies, podcasts, shared libraries, and access to devices are accessible via a drop-down menu underneath the "Music" icon. Click the "iTunes Store" link on the top right to buy new music. The ability to preview songs while browsing and the updated iOS iTunes Store includes Facebook integration. playlists and Song list view are still availableand now you will be able to see both lists simultaneously for the first time, and more easily re-arrange songs. Now it also include a "''mini player''''. iTunes 11 includes an edge-to-edge design. Click on an album  a ghost album cover in the background and it expands in place. iTunes 11 was originally scheduled to go live by the end of October. But several weeks ago Apple said that at it needed a few more weeks because "we wanted to take a little extra time to get it right." Apple showed off iTunes 11 at its iPhone 5 event in early September, as well as a refreshed version of the iTunes Store for iOS, that has been live for some time.


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