On Wednesday, February 18, Apple officially seeded a new update for iTunes for Windows, bumping up the version to 12.1.1 and plenty of fixes.
At the end of January, Apple released iTunes 12.1 for OS X, which saw the inclusion of a music control option for Notification Center on Macs, plus much more. Now, just weeks later, Apple has released a brand new version of iTunes for Windows, bumping up the version to 12.1.1 and providing several fixes along the way.
The new software includes fixes for audio playback, fixing glitches in the audio that would happen fro time to time in the previous version. Syncing between Outlook for iPhones and iPads has also been fixed in the newest version. Finally, Apple says the new software greatly improves “compatibility with screen readers.”
The new software is rolling out now, and for iTunes users on Windows, it should be available shortly.
➤ iTunes 12.1.1 for Windows (32-bit)
We’ll update the post with the download link for iTunes 12.1.1 for Windows (64-bit) as soon as it is available.