iTunes 11?

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  1. Osullivan1, Sep 4, 2012
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    Osullivan1 macrumors 6502

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    With iOS 6, the iPhone 5 and possibly a new iPod touch landing on the 12th, it is hard to believe that Apple (a company proud for being ahead of everyone else in tech) would launch them with a version of iTunes gone 2 years without a major update, and (in my opinion) in dire need of a UI update!

    So, since there has been absolutely no rumours or leaks of a new iTunes, I thought I'd ask to see what you guys thought of a new iTunes, and what it should consist of?

    I'm hoping it will have a UI update/overhaul, Facebook & Twitter integration and a revamped 'Device Manager' to make it easier & faster to sync your iPods and iOS devices. A revamped store would also be nice :)

    Heres a mockup of what I think it should look like (i.e.: iPad like)

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    What do you guys think? :)
     
  2. million7 macrumors regular

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    pretty nice mock ups, I also hope that they update it with a new UI and features. Maybe in the coming days before september 12th, there'll be more rumors about it. I also wonder if they'll change the iTunes icon too.
     
  3. elppa macrumors 68040

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    Generally there are less leaks and rumours concerning Apple's software because they don't have to send it off to China for manufacturing!

    So I wouldn't read to much into that. We might not see a revised iTunes on 12th September, but I would be surprised if we didn't see something by the end of the year.

    The thing people often say is that the need to maintain the Windows version is preventing a major overhaul. But I don't see it like that. It is just a technical challenge.

    WIth Windows 8 coming, Apple will need to have some plans for iTunes on Windows if they wish to maintain its position in the market.
     

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