Apple today released a minor iTunes update for OS X El Capitan users, which brings the desktop version of Apple Music in line with the recently released iOS 9.2 version of Apple Music. The update adds support for works, composers, and performers when listening to Classical music in Apple Music, and it brings general stability and performance improvements.
This update allows you to see works, composers, and performers while browsing Classical music in the Apple Music catalog. It also includes stability and performance improvements.
Today's update is available for all OS X El Capitan users and follows iTunes 12.3.1, a minor update that was released in October.
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Apple has so perfected design, manufacture, and distribution logistics of gadgets, all while letting its software divisions turn into a total joke. Sure, why get bothered responding to needs of (locked-in) users when there's all those NEW CONSUMERS with their new consumer MONEY wanting to buy gadgets gadgets gadgets?
My complaint is that iOS sync is quirky and unreliable. But the UI is excellent in my view.
It's an app that does a lot, and for many people I know that's a bad thing. But I use SO much of what it does, that I can't see myself hoping for a fresh start a la Photo.