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Apple releases iTunes 12.4.1 to the public

Apple today has released iTunes 12.4.1 to the public. The new release comes several weeks after the release of iTunes 12.4, and is mainly a bug fix release. It’s still unknown whether or not Apple has fixed it’s longstanding music deletion bug when subscribed to Apple Music. This release focuses on how iTunes handles up next and crossfade. Here’s…

Apple releases iTunes 12.4 with some new design tweaks

Apple today has released the long awaited iTunes 12.4. The new release comes seven months after the release of iTunes 12.3, and adds some welcome design tweaks, which was rumored earlier this month. Today’s update may also add some new safeguards that could help prevent iTunes from deleting music from your library without your knowledge. While the new…

Apple acknowledges music deletion bug, iTunes update imminent

Today, Apple has officially acknowledged that some users are having an issue where unrecoverable music is being deleted from users libraries. The company says they will be pushing an iTunes update next week with ‘safeguards’ that will prevent this from happening in the future. However, Apple states that it cannot reproduce this issue in-hosue, so…

Apple re-releases iOS 9.3 for older devices to fix activation issues

Last week, Apple pulled iOS 9.3 for older devices due to an activation issue after updating to the firmware. Later that day, the iPad maker re-released iOS 9.3 for the iPad 2. However, today it looks like Apple has re-released iOS 9.3 for all older devices that were affected by this activation issue. Today’s build, labeled 13E237, is now available for…

Walt Mossberg influenced Steve Jobs to bring iTunes to the PC

VentureBeat has discovered from Tony Fadell, who’s known for being apart of the team who designed the original iPod, that Walt Mossberg played a big role in Jobs’ decision to create a version of iTunes for the PC. Fadell has previously discussed his relationship with Jobs and his role at Apple over the years. But this time around, Fadell has shed some…

Apple releases modified iOS 9.2.1 build to fix ‘Error 53’

On Thursday Apple published a new version of its current iOS 9.2.1 software with a new build number. The update fixes devices that were being bricked by “error 53,” Apple has also released a support document telling customers how to resolve the issue. In case you were unaware, error 53 appeared when the Touch ID validation check failed during an iOS…