iTunes 12.7 Now Available for macOS & Windows – Brings iOS 11 Support & a Focus on Entertainment

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Sep 12, 2017
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It’s Apple day today! After releasing iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, the highly awaited iPhone X, and the software updates (only GM) to iOS and tvOS, the company has also released iTunes 12.7. Today’s update to iTunes brings a focus to entertainment with a new App Store that makes it super easy to update and redownload apps.

iTunes 12.7 comes with new social sharing features for Apple Music

“The new iTunes focuses on music, movies, TV shows, podcasts, and audiobooks,” the changelog reads. “Apps for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch are now exclusively available in the new App Store for iOS. And the new App Store makes it easy to get, update, and redownload apps – all without a Mac or PC.”

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The update also brings support for iOS 11 devices and new sharing features for the Apple Music. Here’s the complete changelog of new iTunes 12.7:

Apple Music: Now discover music with friends. Members can create profiles and follow each other to see music they are listening to and any playlists they have shared.

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iTunes U: Collections of iTunes U content appear in the Podcasts section of iTunes.

Internet Radio: Your Internet Radio stations appear in your music library’s sidebar. Click Edit in the sidebar to show or hide Internet Radio.

Ringtones: iOS 11 supports redownloading ringtones directly to your iOS device, without the need to use iTunes on your Mac or PC.

Books on Windows: Books on iTunes for Windows are managed in iBooks for iOS. Learn how to redownload books on an iOS device.

iTunes 12.7 is now available to both the macOS and Windows users. The update was previously only available macOS High Sierra users.

More details can be checked out here.

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