Last time, Apple presented iTunes 11.0.3 which introduced a couple of new features such as a revamped MiniPlayer, much better songs view, and a support for albums with a number of discs. And this update is much more about housekeeping instead of presenting anything exciting and new, it really is good to see Apple still making an effort to keep its popularly.
Apple has just released an update for the iTunes, providing the version 11.0.4. This new update arrives just a couple of weeks after the big 11.0.3 release.
Sad to say, this current update is certainly not a glamorous one. As you will notice in the change log posted below, it is more about a maintenance release, with fixes for two renowned bugs having to remove with user login requests and device syncing.
More especially, 11.0.4 fixes the issue that can induce iTunes to quit if you switch among wireless and wired syncing. And it also covers the issue that will cause the iTunes Store to request you to login with your account repeatedly.
I have to say, I have been suffering from the latter issue and it was starting to get a little frustrating. It looked like anytime I opened the iTunes Store I was asked to type in my credentials. So I am seriously glad that it is been fixed.
Typically, the Mac users will get the update by going to the Mac App Store and clicking on the Updates tab. For information on the security of this update, check the: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1222.
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