Apple seems to be busily getting its developer releases out there today after the security breach which resulted in the entire system being dragged offline. Along with the news that iOS 7 beta 4 is finally making its appearance today, iTunes 11.1 has also been released to those registered to Apple's Developer Program. The updated iTunes 11.1 beta 1 is quite limited at this point, given that it only works on the fruit company’s very on OS X, but does include iTunes Radio integration for those living in the United States. More details can be found right after the jump.
Apple just released a point update to iTunes for both Windows and Mac users. Merely a bug fix and performance enhancement release, iTunes 10.4.1 addresses some critical problems that have been haunting users ever since the iTunes 10.4 release.
Apple has just announced the availability of iTunes 9.0.3 for both Windows and Mac. This looks more like a stability and bug fix release which addresses issues like “problems when syncing some Smart Playlists and Podcasts with iPod” and various other bug fixes.
iTunes 9.0.2 is out! Apple has announced the availability of iTunes 9.0.2 for both Windows and Mac. The most significant change that iTunes 9.0.2 brings is the added support for the new Apple TV software version 3.0. Other changes includes a fresh new look to both the iTunes software and store, option to choose individual artists, genres, TV shows and Podcasts when syncing, and various other bug fixes.