Apple launches iTunes 10.3 Beta, now available with iCloud service

By on Jun 7, 2011 in Software, Technology, United States Comments

Apple launched iTunes 10.3 Beta with iCloud service on Monday, June 6, 2011 and is now made available at Apple iTunes store.



Apple iTunes 10.3 iBookstore
Screen shot Credit: Apple iTunes store

As reported at various technology news sites that day, iTunes 10.3 Beta can now be downloaded via Apple Apps store, with less than a day after iCloud was introduced.

Through Apple’s iTunes 10.3, purchased content was made available again for any device including Mac, PC and iOS; with no cost at all.

As noted at Apple’s website, iTunes 10.3 also includes the iBookstore for Mac and PC where users can browse and shop conveniently, as shown here in the screen shot.

Apparently, a new feature was introduced where users can view the “Purchased” section and look for the “Purchased” software in the iOS App Store, using the “Updates” tab.

In addition, a “Not On this iPhone” tab can be used to view the owned but not currently installed apps, while a thorough list of all the “Purchased” software being offered.

Incidentally, the same features also apply to “Purchased” songs at the iOS iTunes Store application, where they are being sorted according to artist name, recently purchased and the complete list of songs.

Nevertheless, all content is being presented with a cloud icon, with the recently introduced iCloud made applicable based on the latest update of Apple CEO Steve Jobs.

Meanwhile, Apple said that iCloud’s full service, including including wireless syncing of content and data, will be available this fall, along with the launch of iOS5.



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