Apple has rolled out a new variant of its iTunes that transports the platform to variant number 12.6.3. The latest variant transports the capability of downloading ringtones from iTunes along with apps from the App Store, reports the industry insiders to the media.
It is noteworthy that Apple rolled out its iTunes 12.7 in previous month in which it eliminated the capability for consumers to authorize applications from the App Store. This led to the ringtones and apps only restricted to iOS devices.
It has been cited that Apple is making the latest 12.6.3 version accessible since specific business associates to install apps may still require using iTunes. On the other hand, the capability of downloading is accessible for everybody.
“If you have already set up a latest version of iTunes, you can download this version of iTunes on your PC 32-bit, Mac, or PC 64-bit and perform the process of installing. After the process is done, you can carry on deploying apps with iTunes. You will not be notified to download latest versions of iTunes once you set up this variant,” claims the devoted support page.
On a similar note, Apple lately unveiled some fresh emojis for the iPad and iPhone users. The latest emojis will be coming as a fraction of upcoming iOS 11.1.
“The fresh emoji are adapted from accepted characters in Unicode 10 and developed to disclose every detail. iOS 11.1 will also contain characters declared on World Emoji Day such as Bearded Person, Woman with Headscarf, Zombie, Breastfeeding, and Person in Lotus Position as well as new food products such as Coconut and Sandwich. Also comprised in the upgrade is the ‘Love You’ Gesture, developed after the hand sign ‘I love you’ in American Sign Language,” claimed official site of Apple.
Apple has not yet unveiled when it will be rolling out the user variant of iOS 11.1 to the well-matched iPad and iPhone models, or when will these be coming to the watchOS or macOS. On the other hand, the company unveiled that the latest emojis will arrive in the forthcoming public and developer beta of iOS 11.1.