iTunes updated for Windows with new iOS support and Apple Music design
iTunes is a media player, online radio broadcaster, media library and mobile device management application that has been developed by Apple and released back in 2001. The application is used for downloading music and videos on personal computers that run on Windows PC and OS X. The iTunes Store is also available on the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. From the iTunes Store, you are able to purchase and download music, television shows, music videos, audiobooks, podcasts, movie rentals (in some countries), movies and ringtones that are available for your device.
The iTunes application has just been updated for Windows. The new version of the application comes with an all-new Apple Music design, which makes the application simpler and clearer. Keep in mind that this update also includes support for the iOS 10, so if you’ve already updated your device to iOS 10, don’t worry, because this new update will make it function without any issues on this operating system.
Unfortunately, it seems that the iOS 10 has brought some problems, as a good amount of users have claimed that their iPads and iPhones were bricked during the update. On the other hand, Apple claims that they found the source of the problem and it was already fixed, but there are still users who are complaining that their handsets are still not functioning.
If you are a person who has just got its iPad or iPhone “bricked”, we suggest you to connect your device to iTunes on Windows and recover the device in usable state. It is good to know that even the iPad Pro tablet will require you to connect it to a Windows PC in order to use the software recovery. Good luck recovering your device!
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