Users are experiencing issues when attempting to import tracks from compact discs to iTunes. The disc unmounts and does not complete the importing process requiring the user to eject the disc and reinsert it each time (when it then works).
Subscription-streaming service Beats Music and iTunes will continue to stand on their own -- for now -- even as Ian Rogers, the CEO of the Beats Music, takes the the helm of iTunes Radio.
The latest iTunes update, which is aimed at Mac users on the latest OS X, throws in some performance improvements.
As Halloween approaches, a mysterious ghost invades iTunes 8.2.1 and iTunes 9.0.1, causing the application to begin playing music tracks with no user input to start it.
It doesn't offer live radio streams or non-music options, but iTunes Radio is the best way to listen to programmed radio on iOS.
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Apple has released a couple of updates: one for iTunes, bringing the latest software version to 9.0.2, and the other for Apple TV, which updates the software to version 3.0.
With iTunes 11.0.3, Apple changes the way app updates are handled. CNET's Donald Bell shows you how to update apps using the new software.
New update adds a little more versatility to the iTunes MiniPlayer with big album art and a progress bar, along with some speed fixes.
The new version of Apple's music software also gets slinkier album art and a progress bar in the MiniPlayer.
For some users, updating to iTunes 9.0.2 has come with a test in patience. Libraries of various sizes have experienced hangs when updating, some as long as 36 hours.