Windows users are in for some good news, as Apple has rolled out a new version of iTunes (v12.1.1), which is specifically aimed at fixing a bunch of significant bugs linked to Outlook-device syncing, audio playback issues and more.
As iDownloadBlog reports, this is one of the rarest of iTunes updates which is exclusively meant for Windows devices only, and can be updated manually via Apple's website or through the Updates section from the Updates tab of iTunes.
This update requires the user to be running Windows Vista 64-bit or later, and have at least 400MB of free hard drive space for installation.
The latest iTunes update is a follow-up release for iTunes 12.1, which introduced a spate of enhanced features for OS X Yosemite users including a new Notification Center widget that offers quick access to back, forward and pause buttons, besides revealing the track info and unlocking quick access to iTunes Radio controls.
The new iTunes update fixes a handful of audio playback glitches found in the previous release, and vastly improves the software compatibility with screen readers.