Less than two weeks after releasing iTunes 12.4.2 for Windows and Mac, Apple today has dropped a new version 12.4.3 of iTunes.
Available to download right now, this new version of iTunes update comes on the same day the Cupertino-based company released beta 4 developer preview seeds of iOS 10 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices, macOS Sierra 10.12 for Macs, watchOS 3 for Apple Watch, and of course, tvOS 10 for the new Apple TV fourth-generation model.
According to the official changelog of iTunes 12.4.3 from Apple: “This update resolves an issue where playlist changes made on other devices may not appear in iTunes.”
As you can tell from that changelog, it’s a pretty minor update of iTunes but is of course still recommended upgrading to in order to have bug free and seamless experience across all your devices. To update to this latest version of iTunes, Mac users can simply head to Mac App Store right now and grab the 12.4.3 iTunes update from under Updates tab. Windows users on the other hand will have to launch Apple Software Update utility and grab the update from there.
As always, Apple has also made iTunes 12.4.3 available to download for both Windows and Mac platforms directly from apple.com/itunes/download.
While these bug fix iTunes updates are good to have and all, iTunes is due for a major update soon. Apple will probably have a major update to iTunes ready for release sometime this fall to go along with final public release of iOS 10 and macOS Sierra, along with new iPhones and Macs.
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