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iTunes 12.3.3

Apple has released iTunes 12.3.3 with support for the upcoming iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad Pro (see “Apple Shrinks iPhone and iPad for Latest Releases”). However, as our friend Kirk McElhearn discovered, there are some new tweaks that Apple didn’t mention in the sparse release notes. A new option in General preferences lets you add Apple Music songs to My Music when you add them to playlists, the useless Limit Ad Tracking setting has been removed, and you can now block Apple Music in restrictions. There’s also a new Show Composer in All Views tag in the Info window, which
should be welcomed by classical music fans. Finally, you can now “love” a track via the contextual menu and you can redownload audiobooks from the Purchased pane. (Free, 122 MB via direct download or Software Update, 10.8.5+)

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