Apple just updated iTunes application with a few improvements and removal of existing bug. There was a bug in previous version of iTunes that would previously cause it to quit unexpectedly while syncing switched from wired or wireless, and a further issue which meant users would need to sign in repeatedly to the iTunes Store has also been sorted out. More details after the jump.
The last time, Apple released iTunes 11.0.3 which brought a number of new features including a revamped MiniPlayer, improved view songs, and support for multiple hard disks. The previous update of iTunes was launched by Apple in the last month which was loaded with a brand new MiniPlayer along with a set of other, smaller improvements.
Apple released iTunes 11 series in the Novemeber last year after a considerable delay with some improvements. Apple has completely remodeled many of the characteristics which were long awaited by the users. In the opinion of most of the people Apple has recovered some of the early mistakes, and struck back in a much better way that was awaited for a long time.
The 11.0.4 update can be taken through the normal software update feature of the Mac App Store, if you happen to be in OS X, and if you were one of those having bugs / problems in older version, this update can help to fix your problem. The windows users can also update the usual way, which is by going to Help > Check for updates within the software. Link for direct download is also available here.
The release notes for the latest update by Apple are:
This new update fixes a problem that may cause iTunes to quit if you switch between wired and wireless syncing and addresses an issue that may require you to log into the iTunes Store repeatedly.
Therefore, download the new iTunes for Windows or Mac, and be sure to let us know if you still face any other unexpectecd bug by leaving a comment below.