As you're undoubtedly aware, Apple released the latest version of iTunes recently--iTunes 11. And it's quite a bit different from the versions that came before, at least in its appearance. I'm joined today by Kirk McElhearn, the guy responsible for Macworld's review of iTunes 11.
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Though Kirk and I covered some of the ground of his review, you really should read it in its full glory. And you can by checking out iTunes 11 Adds Cool Features, But Can Be Jarring to Longtime Users.
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This story, "Review: the ups and downs of iTunes 11" was originally published by Macworld.
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