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    iTunes 11: what's missing, what's changed

    Posted Dec 22, 2012 - 7:22 am

    We've gotten a lot of questions about iTunes 11, since its release two weeks ago. In this week's column, I address some of the most common questions about iTunes 11, about what's missing, and what's changed.

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    Understanding the new views in iTunes 11

    Posted Dec 22, 2012 - 7:15 am

    iTunes 11 introduces a number of changes to the way you view the content in your media library. If you were used to displaying your music, movies, and playlists in a certain manner, you may have to change the way you use the software.

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    Navigate iTunes 11 from the keyboard

    Posted Dec 22, 2012 - 7:30 am

    There are a lot of changes in iTunes 11, including a new way to navigate among the different types of content in your iTunes library: from the keyboard. Reader kbradnam was the first to send in this list of keyboard shortcuts that you can use to switch the view between different sections of your iTunes library:

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    Bugs & fixes: troubleshooting iTunes 11

    Posted Dec 15, 2012 - 7:35 am

    iTunes 11 arrived on the final day of November, barely in time to meet Apple's self-imposed November deadline for availability of the update. Actually, Apple had originally announced an October release but delayed the launch due to "engineering issues."

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    Review: the ups and downs of iTunes 11

    Posted Dec 8, 2012 - 7:32 am

    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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    iTunes 11 adds cool features, but can be jarring to longtime users

    Posted Dec 5, 2012 - 9:16 pm

    iTunes 11, whose delayed release fueled much speculation about last-minute changes following an internal reorganization at Apple, sports the most radical alterations to the program’s interface since its inception. Previous upgrades to iTunes were incremental, adding features and tweaking the interface, but iTunes 11 puts a whole new face on the software. In addition, iTunes 11 seems to be designed more for playing music than for organizing it—a slightly anachronistic approach, given the prevalence of portable devices.

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