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What’s New in iTunes 11.0.2

20 February 2013 3,432 views No Comment

A bump is what we have in iTunes 11.0.2 that delivers a range of fixes and tweaks

A bump is what we have in iTunes 11.0.2 that delivers a range of fixes and tweaks. Whether considered individually or all together, there isn’t enough here to make people love, or hate (more), Apple’s does it all music, media and device management app.

iTunes 11.0.2, download
— Addresses an issue where new purchases in iCloud may not appear in your library if iTunes Match is turned on
— Makes iTunes more responsive when searching a large library
— Fixes a problem where the AirPlay button may not appear as expected
— Adds the ability to display duplicate items within your library
— Other important stability and performance improvements
— Also available for 64-bit Windows PCs
— To date unnamed security fixes

iTunes 11.0.2: A Little Thing

An apparently undocumented, at least not in plain sight, change in iTunes 11.0.2 is the ability to sort music tracks by composer — just right-click (two-finger tap) on the column bar and select “composer” from the pop-up menu.

To install iTunes 11.0.2, you will be a Mac running OS X 10.6.8 or later.

And, if you haven’t yet installed Snow Leopard, believe it or not, but Apple’s selling OS X 10.6.8 on DVD for a rather reasonable $19.99.

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