The tech giant Apple may be release the latest upgraded version of iTunes as early as Thursday on 29 November, according to reports.
Apple has first announced the launch of iTunes 11 along with the iPhone release press event, Wall Street Journal has published the release date in the profile of Eddy Cue, Apple’s senior vice president of Internet software and services.
A report on WSJ states that, “This week, Mr. Cue faces a test of how well Apple can keep up in online services with the launch of a new desktop version of iTunes, which is expected as soon as Thursday.”
The iTunes 11 is fully integrated with iCloud and also resembles the mobile version. iCloud is powered by Apple which allow users to stream music, movies and television shows that recently purchased from iTunes. This is possible via iCloud syncing service.
WSJ has reported that, Apple has delayed a month to launch the iTunes 11 because of “engineering issues that required parts to be rebuilt”. And Apple has said that, the slated version of its latest media-library will come out in October.
While getting in competition from its rivals such as streaming services Pandora and Spotify, the Cupertino, Apple is looking to rejuvenate iTunes. Many users has recently reported bugs about the software that it frequently fall victims to leg and prone to crashing.