Updating itunes library from ipod
Other minor changes included disabling the sidebar by default, and slightly altering the icon to match that of the Mac App Store better.
On October 16, 2014, Apple released i Tunes 12, with a redesigned icon and interface, inspired by OS X Yosemite.
At the time of the purchase, Kincaid, Jeff Robbin and Dave Heller left Casady & Greene to continue development of the program as Apple employees.
At Apple, the developers simplified Sound Jam's user interface, added the ability to burn CDs, and removed the program's recording feature and skin support.
Slated for release by the end of October, the launch was pushed back to November 29, 2012.
This version included tighter integration with i Cloud, and a new user interface.
Sonos is compatible with i Tunes playlists as well as M3U, WPL and PLS playlist files created with third-party software, such as Win Amp and Windows Media Player.
After removing the deprecated XML file, be sure to update the music library index in Sonos to remove the old playlists from showing in Sonos.
Apple added i Tunes Extras as well to the store, which adds content usually reserved for films on DVD and Blu-ray discs.
On September 1, 2010, Apple held their annual music press event where they unveiled an updated version: i Tunes 10.
The new version was available for download later that day.
One major feature includes the integration of "i Tunes Ping", which brings a social factor to the i Tunes experience.
With the release of this software, the i Tunes Store was redesigned to remain consistent with the new interface, and the stores available on i OS devices.