Apple has seeded the iTunes 10.5 beta 6.1 for developers. The most noticeable feature in this release is that its users can upload tracks in iCloud which is still in beta stages. iCloud is a revolutionary services and will surely give very tough time to its competitors because there is no service in market as feature rich as iCloud. It also has been officially announced that the final version of iCloud will allow to keep the whole music library in it for just $25 per year.
The best thing about iCloud is that if you want to upload music album of Brittany Spears then it will first check the tracks on the Apple server, if it will find the tracks then it will save it without taking from your system and in case it don’t find the tracks on the Apple server then it will take yours without considering the quality of the tracks you want to upload.
As it is not a final version and bugs always remain a part of beta version so this release also has couple of bugs like you can’t upload the tracks from more than one system at a time and playback snags are also reported in this release.
In the release notes, Apple instructed the developers that they should make a backup of the already installed iTunes to avoid any loss of data or settings. If you are a developer then don’t miss it and be one of 1st hand users.
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