Apple Releases iTunes 11.2.2 With Podcast Bug Fix

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ituneslogo.jpgApple today released iTunes 11.2.2, a minor update to the software that fixes a podcast bug that caused podcast episodes to unexpectedly download after an upgrade. It also includes several stability improvements.

This update fixes a problem where certain podcast episodes may download unexpectedly after upgrading and includes several stability improvements.

This is the third update to iTunes to be released within the last two weeks. iTunes 11.2, which added enhanced Podcasts support, was released on May 15 and iTunes 11.2.1, which fixed a hidden /Users folder bug introduced with iTunes 11.2 was released the day after.

iTunes 11.2.2 can be downloaded using the software update tool in the Mac App Store.

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84 months ago
Three updates in two weeks?

Is Apple becoming Microsoft? I can understand the need for patches and updates, but someone's not testing things properly if we get that many updates in such a short time frame.
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84 months ago

Is Apple becoming Microsoft? I can understand the need for patches and updates, but someone's not testing things properly if we get that many updates in such a short time frame.


I don't think we should care about the quanitity of patches being released, but more so that bugs and other issues are being addressed fairly quickly. Yes, even if they should have been addressed originally and not later.
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84 months ago
Will it sync podcast plays and positions between multiple macs and iOS devices, or will I continue to have vastly different playcounts.
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84 months ago
That's actually an awful amount of bug fixing lately.
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84 months ago

Good but when I chat with someone from Netflix they said it was Apples fault not them, I swear this companies never like to admit who ****ed up.


Because we all know that when we talk to tech support from a huge company, we are certainly talking to a programmer who is deeply involved with the project who help customers while their code is compiling or when they have nothing better to do.

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you mean 10.9.3.


Check the front page.
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84 months ago

Netflix is working on it.

http://9to5mac.com/2014/05/27/netflix-says-its-working-to-roll-out-fix-for-dolby-digital-5-1-on-its-apple-tv-channel/


Good but when I chat with someone from Netflix they said it was Apples fault not them, I swear this companies never like to admit who ****ed up.
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