22nd October turned out to be a big day for Apple enthusiasts. Apart from all the hardware releases, Apple also updated several applications, and shortly after that, the company released a new version of its content management system; iTunes. The update brings the software to version 11.1.2.
The biggest change in the new version comes in the form of OS X Mavericks compatibility. So the new desktop OS released by Apple can now rely on iTunes. Other changes include the usual stability improvement and new support for languages. The update isn’t a necessity for those users who don’t want to update to OS X Mavericks or don’t use a Mac computer.
However, updated users would want to install the latest version. The release notes say:
Apple also released the latest version of iBooks Author, which now includes a new Mac feature for Preview Books along with a few bug fixes.
The update is available at the Mac App Store for iBooks Author users.
As for the latest iTunes version, it is available on Apple’s site
, and iBooks Author update is available in the Mac App Store ‘Updates’ tab. As a side note, the OS X Mavericks is also free to download.