December 3, 2012
iTunes has been completely redesigned to make it easier than ever to browse and organize all that entertains you. You can now use the whole window for each section of your library--music, movies, TV shows, and so on--by selecting among them with the pop-up control on the upper left and then using the menus across the top to focus in as desired. When you're viewing your library, clicking an album cover or poster produces a view of its contents in place and lets you even drill down further to see related content on the store, all without losing your overall view of where you are. And, as appropriate, the view will automatically switch to the best format for that material -- Artist, for instance, produces a graphical artist column on the left and the contents for the currently selected artist on the right, while Songs and Playlists each switch to a text list view that makes it easier to manage them. When you connect one of your devices to your computer, it will appear under the Devices button on the upper right, and if you select and open it you'll find a much better and easier to use view of the content on the device. The Library/iTunes Store switch in the upper right lets you move directly between your library and the store. For more details, watch a short video of all of these features and more.