Most of the people who’ve tried iTunes 11 like the simplified interface and greatly improved navigation. As with all major updates, however, new issues get introduced and Apple has stepped up with a point release to set at least some of the problems right.
Irrelevant? Some people think so. Yet iTunes 11 has been generally praised — I am very much liking the the new UI and more plentiful keyboard shortcuts (link below).
Nevertheless, the simple fact of life is that software is never finished and Apple has delivered a bug fix covering at least some of the issues introduced with iTunes 11, notably bringing back the option to “display duplicate items.”
iTunes 11.0.1, download
— This update to the new iTunes 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
— iTunes 11.0.1 for Windows 64-bit
It’s a simple feature, but one that users have come to rely on over the years — “Display Duplicate Items.” Granted there shouldn’t be a need for it, yet it’s back and there will be much rejoicing…
What’s your take?