Apple today has dropped two versions of iTunes, one is the final public version of iTunes 11.0.5, and the second is iTunes 11.1 beta 2 which is a dev-only seed. Check out the full change log after the jump.
iTunes 11.0.5 is a minor release which fixes a certain issue with iTunes in the Cloud where some of the purchases may download or play unexpected media items. From the official change log of iTunes 11.0.5:
This update corrects an issue with iTunes in the Cloud, where some purchases may download or play unexpected items.
iTunes 11.1 beta 2 on the other hand is a developer-only build which likely features the same fix as today’s public version of iTunes 11.0.5.
First beta version of iTunes 11.1 was released at the end of last month and brought with it iTunes Radio for Mac OS X users. From the original change log of iTunes 11.1 beta 1:
This version of iTunes includes the new iTunes Radio – a great new way to discover music. iTunes Radio requires OS X 10.7 or later and is available in the U.S.
Today’s beta seed of version 11.1 is likely going to be the last build before the GM or public seed which Apple will release along with iOS 7 sometime next month. Apple is rumored to be holding an event on September 10th to announce new iPhone.
You can download iTunes 11.0.5 for both Windows and Mac by either heading over to apple.com/iTunes, or directly from Apple Software Update utility. iTunes 11.1 beta 2 on the other hand can be downloaded from Apple Developer portal. You will need to be a registered member of Apple Dev Center in order to get your hands on iTunes, iOS, OS X and Safari betas.
You may also like to check out:
You can follow us on Twitter, add us to your circle on Google+ or like our Facebook page to keep yourself updated on all the latest from Microsoft, Google, Apple and the web.