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Apple today released iTunes 12.3, making the software compatible with the newly released iOS 9 update and the upcoming OS X El Capitan update, set to be released to the public on September 30.

iTunes 12.3 can be downloaded immediately via the Software Update mechanism in the Mac App Store.

Along with introducing support for iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 El Capitan, the iTunes 12.3 update also includes support for the Apple's two-factor authentication system, fixes several bugs, and adds some feature improvements.
This update to iTunes adds support for iOS 9 and is designed for OS X El Capitan. It also:

- Improves Apple Music accessibility with VoiceOver
- Resolves a problem that prevented reordering of songs within Up Next
- Fixes a problem where some radio stations did not appear within Recently Played
- Addresses an issue where songs you loved on iOS did not appear love on iTunes
- Supports two-factor authentication to secure your Apple ID

This update also includes improvements to overall stability and performance.
iTunes 12.3 is the third major update to iTunes 12, and it comes nearly three months after the launch of iTunes 12.2, which introduced support for the new Apple Music service. iTunes 12.3 also comes a month after iTunes 12.2.2, a minor update that introduced Apple Music bug fixes.

Article Link: Apple Releases iTunes 12.3 With Support for iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan
 

Art0fLife

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And the 100k song limit increase for Apple Music Eddy Cue talked about is part of all this, right?
 
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NightFox

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??? Wasn't iTunes already compatible with iOS9 and El Capitan? For me it seemed to work as well as ever with the betas.
 
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navaira

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Well finally. At least one of the updates is actually downloading.

I wonder whether the 100k limit has been finally introduced? Release notes don't mention it.
 
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morcutt11

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Mine still says that 12.2.2 was the latest (and I'm already running that on El Capitan)
 
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Lightning522

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Am I the only one who can't arrange Apps with IOS 9 from iTunes? Was hoping 12.3 and a fresh install of iOS 9 would fix it. It didn't even with a new empty iTunes Library, I get the spinner all day when I go to Apps :mad:
 
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gaanee

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Is iTunes 12.3 only for El Capitan? On windows the download page still shows 12.2.2.
 
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seamer

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I didn't realize iTunes had an issue with El Capitan/iOS9 betas.

Am glad they claim to have fixed the bug about favorite songs not tagging across devices properly.
 
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newitunes122logo.jpg
Apple today released iTunes 12.3, making the software compatible with the newly released iOS 9 update and the upcoming OS X El Capitan update, set to be released to the public on September 30.

iTunes 12.3 can be downloaded immediately via the Software Update mechanism in the Mac App Store.

Along with introducing support for iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 El Capitan, the iTunes 12.3 update also includes support for the Apple's two-factor authentication system, fixes several bugs, and adds some feature improvements.iTunes 12.3 is the third major update to iTunes 12, and it comes nearly three months after the launch of iOS 12.2, which introduced support for the new Apple Music service. iTunes 12.3 also comes a month after iTunes 12.2.2, a minor update that introduced Apple Music bug fixes.

Article Link: Apple Releases iTunes 12.3 With Support for iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan

What is iOS 12.2?
 
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duervo

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Cover art continues to be left-justified with title text using centered justification. Things look somewhat crappy as a result.

Submitted appropriate feedback to Apple on the first day of previous release.
 
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mrat93

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Seems like there's still no way to unmatch wrongly-matched songs from Apple Music.
 
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