iTunes 12.3.2 Released – How To Download & Changelog
iTunes 12.3.2 has been released and is now immediately available to download. Here’s what is new in this update.
iTunes 12.3.2 Brings With It A Bunch Of Bug Fixes, Improved Classical Music Browsing In Apple Music
Apple is pushing out updates to its software like wildfire, and today it’s iTunes’ turn to grab the limelight, as version 12.3.2 has been pushed hot out of the oven. While the changes in this update are somewhat slim, and of course, don’t bring anything noticeably new to the table, we still highly recommend that users go ahead and install the update onto their PCs and Macs.
The full changelog of the update is as follows:
This update allows you to see works, composers, and performers while browsing Classical music in the Apple Music catalog. It also includes stability and performance improvements.
As you can see from the changelog itself, not much has changed, but the stability and performance improvement bit got our attention the most here. Therefore we highly recommend that you fire up your computer straight away and update iTunes. And if you’re a fan of Apple Music and happen to listen to classical music on it a lot, then the changes might be right up your alley.
How To Download And Install iTunes 12.3.2
In order to download and install the latest update on your Mac, simply launch the Mac App Store, click on the ‘Updates’ tab and the new iTunes 12.3.2 update will be presented to you, immediately available for download. If you’re a Windows PC user, then launch he Apple Software Update tool, and let it refresh for a few seconds. Once done, the tool will present to you the latest available download.
The software will take no more than a few minutes to download and install, depending on the speed of your Internet connection and of course, the age of your Mac. It’s highly recommend that you waste no time to install iTunes 12.3.2 right away, because there’s a high chance that it might’ve fixed a lingering bug which you might have been coming across for quite a while now.
It’s been a while since iTunes got its last update, dropping an impression that Apple might either be letting go of iTunes altogether, or the company has a big surprise in store for us in the form of a major revamp. It seems as though that wasn’t the case and we were straight up treated to a nifty little update. Besides, it’s better than no update at all, right?
We really wish Apple takes the profound liberty to break Apple Music away from iTunes and gives it its very own dedicated app. After all, managing Apple Music through a dedicated hub is something we direly need at this point. Do you agree?