Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Apple iTunes postponed output 11 to the end of November



Bad news for all those waiting for the launch of iTunes 11 this month: Apple has delayed the date of its publication until the end of November. The U.S. company announced during last keynote that the new update would be ready in late October, but apparently, they are taking a little more time.

Tom Neumayr, a spokesman for Apple, said that: "The new iTunes is taking us longer than we expected, and we prefer to have extra time to do it right. We hope to publish this new version of iTunes with a simple and clean interface completely, and seamless integration with iCloud before the end of November. "

The new iTunes update includes a cleaner design, improved application performance, better integration of iCloud, a search option improved library and a new design of mini-player.

Thus, Apple has chosen to back a month the launch of the new version of iTunes to publish one that was not quite ready, something that users appreciate and really puts in a good position for signature, considering the failures recent maps presented. This delay, in turn, coincides with the reorganization of the Apple team , which already announced this morning.

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