If you open up your iTunes today and things looks a little different, don’t be too alarmed. Apple has just released an iTunes version 12.4 update that comes with bug fixes and some minor interface redesign for a simpler look.
First up, in the new iTunes update, Apple has decided to bring back the sidebar for quicker navigation, and uses an enhanced Media Picker to make it easier to switch between different media types like music and movies. You can easily edit your playlists, drag and drop songs, or hide/expand parts of the menu for a cleaner look.
On top of interface changes, iTunes 12.4 also features some minor bug fixes and performance improvements. Just last Friday, Apple acknowledged a bug that erases a person’s music without permission. While it isn’t specifically mentioned by Apple, this latest update should fix the problem.
Apple also released iOS 9.3.2 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The update fixes an issue that prevented users from looking up dictionary definitions, addresses the problem that prevented users from typing email addresses when using Japanese Kana keyboard in Mail and Messages, allows Night Shift in low power mode, and more. The update is available via an OTA software update on compatible devices.