Apple’s iTunes 11 officially launched to the public today (live via App Store updates, should hit the website soon), after an unveiling in September at the iPhone 5 special announcement event. Originally planned for an October release, iTunes 11 apparently required a little more time in the oven to bake, and now arrives just under the wire of its revised November timeline. But it’s understandable that this release took a little longer than expected: it’s a significant change, one of the biggest since the introduction of iTunes. What’s so different? Well, on the surface, Apple has paid a lot of attention to streamlining the experience and getting rid of additional clutter.
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