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Apple releases iTunes 11.0.5, iTunes 11.1 beta 2

Apple has released iTunes 11.0.5, intended to fix an iTunes in the Cloud related issue where “some purchased may download or play unexpected items.” In addition to the public release of iTunes 11.0.5, Apple has also posted iTunes 11.1 beta 2 to the iOS Developer Site. The initial iTunes beta added support for iTunes Radio; it is unclear what has changed in beta 2, although it presumably addresses the same iTunes in the Cloud issue as the public release.

The public release is available through the Mac App Store or the iTunes download page; the beta version is available only to registered iOS Developers via the Apple Developer Site.

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Man, iTunes has been acting up A LOT since the last update. I’ve had albums in the cloud not let me download them because it recognized that they had already been downloaded, which they had. BUT when I clicked to play them originally, their song info literally changed right when they started playing. So, I have no idea what they are labelled now and will not be able to download them again until I can delete them. ALSO, when downloading or playing a few purchased videos, they would download under a different name (as something else I had purchased), like the movie Sherlock Holmes being downloaded and labelled with the info from a Ghost Hunters episode I have in the cloud. Either iTunes was completely out of whack or because of iTunes’ problems it screwed with my ITL file. Thoroughly disappointed in these last few months. Hope this fixes it!

Posted by Curtis R. Shideler on August 20, 2013 at 10:28 AM (CDT)

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