Best update ever for me. Everything is faster now. And the music sounds better than ever. apple must have improved the audio algorithms by an order of magnitude.this update has sucked! everything is slower and doesn't work as well as far as apple music goes! WTF!
This behavour is probably caused by the iTunes stand alone installer DMG.On OS X 10.11.1 I'm unable to log into the iTunes Store.
iTunes 12.3.1 will freeze and burn CPU cycles.
Wait. Does this mean I need to turn off showing Apple Music, again?Just checked my iPhone and iPad and both go straight to the same screen after the update, even though they are both set to not show Apple Music. I guess Tim was fibbing the other day and doesn't really feel "fantastic" about the customer uptake so far.
Just so convenient? That was amazing! I stop trying to update app using iTunes 12 is because of this reason.In iTunes 11 and earlier, if there are app updates, I download them and from the device Summary screen, just hit the Sync button, and the new, updated apps get transferred to the device.
I don't know much about the past of Apple software. But I agree what you are saying.I don't know how reflective of Apple's current state of affairs this is, but it seems the quality of the software is getting to the point where poor QC, and/or overly-complex design is affecting the user experience to a much greater extent than in the past.
On the two Macs and two PCs I updated the iTunes Preferences were all modified with the Show Apple Music option now ticked which is a bit naughty from Apple.Wait. Does this mean I need to turn off showing Apple Music, again?
Oh, and I have updated my Mac version iTunes days ago. Does this mean I need to wait 20 min for app to start up?
Thanks god I didn't update Windows iTunes.
I have checked my iPad mini and it doesn't show up Apple Music page, when offline.On the two Macs and two PCs I updated the iTunes Preferences were all modified with the Show Apple Music option now ticked which is a bit naughty from Apple.
On iOS, the setting was still turned off on my iPhone but on the iPad it had been switched back on. Both also showed the Apple Music splash screen when Music was first opened up but this goes away after the first time you run it.
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I don't mind the spammy Apple Music advert too much but they shouldn't be altering our user preferences as a way to remind us about their fledgling new subscription service. I've made the decision to opt out and if someone has gone to the effort of turning the setting off they should leave it alone and respect our choice.