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Artists Being Asked to Prepare for iTunes 11 Launch in "Next Days"

According to a post on the MacRumors Forums, Apple is asking record labels to submit pictures and galleries of their artists to iTunes for use in iTunes 11's new Music Store layout.

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This email was sent to artists by German music distribution service Feiyr. iTunes 11 was delayed at the end of last month and is supposed to ship by the end of November.

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24 months ago

But but.. will it work on my 10.5.8 PowerBook G4 ? :(

I think it's time for you to get a new Mac.
Rating: 15 Votes
24 months ago

But but.. will it work on my 10.5.8 PowerBook G4 ? :(


The update actually grabs you by the scruff of your neck and forces you to buy a Retina MacBook Pro.
Rating: 15 Votes
24 months ago
But but.. will it work on my 10.5.8 PowerBook G4 ? :(
Rating: 9 Votes
24 months ago
can't wait!
Rating: 9 Votes
24 months ago

Finally, the rain of terror is over :)


But alas, the snow of despair approaches.
Rating: 9 Votes
24 months ago
iTunes XI

The most anticipated and (soon to be) the most reviled version of iTunes to date :D
Rating: 7 Votes
24 months ago
Excellent news, been waiting for this update!
Rating: 6 Votes
24 months ago
Conspiracy.
Rating: 5 Votes
24 months ago

Apple just re-released the full (non-upgrade) version of SL for $20 on the online store, which requires an intel chip and 1GB Ram. If you can upgrade your G4 to run SL, then it will support the new iPhone/iPad and hopefully (slightly more likely) the new iTunes 11.

I'm guessing they limit iTunes 11 to 10.6.8 and newer (and Win7/Win8), which would explain the re-release of the SL disc on the online store, and help Apple retain more iTunes customers into the future.

I think they finally realized that not everyone can go buy a new computer every 2 years, and they can't just abandon their huge iTunes user base.


Clearly this isn't going to work.
Rating: 5 Votes
24 months ago

Not to mention the random German thrown in at the end... ("mit")


It's a German company (you can see that the little 'GmbH' at the very bottom) - this was likely an email originally in German and then translated to English, doesn't mean it's not legit.
Rating: 5 Votes

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