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Users spot broken links, graphics bugs and other issues in iTunes 11

You can report bugs to Apple via the iTunes 11 Feedback form

After a month-long delay, Apple finally released iTunes 11 on Thursday, and despite the company taking "a little extra time to get it right," users have been reporting several bugs in the redesigned media player software already.

TAUW's Erica Sadun reports that she was directed to "page not found" on Apple's website when she clicked on the iTunes Tutorials button to watch one of the new video overviews. We were redirected to Apple's ordinary iTunes page.

Other bugs also noted in the report include problems with showing and hiding sidebars and toggling between genres, an issue that causes all content to show up as "new" and "unwatched," strange behaviour occurring on a dual screen Windows 7 PC, some peculiar graphical glitches, and more.

Have you spotted any iTunes 11 bugs yet? If you do come across any, you can inform Apple about it through the iTunes Feedback form so that the company can get to work fixing them.

To find out more about iTunes 11, which has a completely redesigned interface and new iCloud sharing features, check out our review here.

Let us know what you think of the update in our comments section below, or on Twitter.

See also:

Macworld readers reporting iTunes Match problems AC/DC finally allows its music on iTunes Apple confirms iTunes 11 delayed for a month iTunes Match to start automatically renewing subscriptions


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