iTunes 12.1.2 Released; Brings Syncing with Yosemite Photos App
Today Apple has updated iTunes with a few new tweaks and refinements that will make it a bit more easier for you to make use of certain features like photo syncing and more – especially when you are using Mac.
The patch notes for iTunes 12.1.2 update are very small and don’t really share much on their own. Nonetheless, here’s the full text that appears when you are offered the download:
This update improves support for syncing photos to your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, from the new Photos app of OS X. In addition, this update also adds several refinements to the Get Info window and improves overall stability.
Numerous features of the media management app have been updated although that statement above doesn’t show it. When they say several refinements, it actually means considerable changes under the hood.
The iPhoto libraries for iPhone, iPod and iPad are old now, so the new update is going to incorporate Photos into its functionality by letting you make use of the newly released feature in a much improved manner.
All the changes are coming to both OSX as well as Windows, so no one is being left out on this one.
Now that the iTunes 12.1.2 update has brought the software in compatibility with the recently released Yosemite Photos app, it would be a wise idea for you to read up on the latter so that you know what the app is going to bring you. If you are interested, head here.
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