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  Reply # 740105 4-Jan-2013 11:47
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I believe it was an attempt to make it easier to use by reducing the amount of information at any given time (speculation).

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  Reply # 740227 4-Jan-2013 18:20
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My bug bear with the update is that if I update an app on my phone, the update won't synch to my itunes library like it did in iTunes 10. So if I update on my phone now, I end up downloading it twice to get it on my iTunes. So now I won't update via phone and have to download on my PC, then synch to get the update on the phone. Why this has happened is beyond me....... DUMB!!!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 740373 5-Jan-2013 09:27
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lyonrouge:
lyonrouge: Moved all the devices from Mountain Lion (Mac mini) to Snow Leopard (MacBook) with current version of iTunes, but still WiFi sync is flakey.


Moved iTunes connection from Router WiFi AP to Apple AP (AirPort Express 5GHz) and connections appear to have stabilized, will continue to monitor. iTunes 11 appears to be less tolerant of non-apple networks than its predecessor.


Left running overnight and the same problem as before has returned :-(

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Ventura: My bug bear with the update is that if I update an app on my phone, the update won't synch to my itunes library like it did in iTunes 10. So if I update on my phone now, I end up downloading it twice to get it on my iTunes. So now I won't update via phone and have to download on my PC, then synch to get the update on the phone. Why this has happened is beyond me....... DUMB!!!


Hi - just to confirm with you that I've found that the updates behaviour is the same for me in 11 as it was in 10, ie. updates of apps on the phone transfer back to the computer when syncing, and updates made on the computer sync over to the phone.
This is with an older MBP running iTunes 11.0.1 & an iPhone 5 running  iOS 6.0.1

Also - with regard to the changes in the iTunes interface - I've found it a lot easier to deal with by checking the 'show sidebar' option under 'View' - it returns to a similar look from the previous generation.




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Mike

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  Reply # 740621 6-Jan-2013 11:22
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ah, thanks.

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