iTunes 11.1.3 fixes problems with EQ and large libraries

On Tuesday, Apple boosted iTunes to version 11.1.3, in the process fixing some problems with equalization, large libraries, and other minor bugs.

First off, the update resolves an issue where the EQ might not work as it should. Not very descriptive, I know.

Second, Apple says iTunes 11.1.3 improves performance for those with large libraries when switching views.

Lastly, it offers oft-cited-yet-unspecified “additional minor bug fixes.” You can download the update now via Software Update or from Apple’s Featured Downloads page.

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At a Glance
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    Pros

    • Refreshed interface
    • Up Next offer a new way to queue up music
    • Improved MiniPlayer, iTunes Store integration
    • Simplified playlist creation

    Cons

    • Sort options limited in different views, many view options are hidden or inconsistent
    • Searching very slow with large libraries
    • No artwork window or option to change the size of album art in Albums view
    • No option to open multiple windows
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