After a bunch of new releases and announcements by Apple where we have seen the launch of the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus as well as Apple Watch, you are no culprit if you have missed the news that Apple has actually rolled out iTunes 11.4 for those on OS X (all new glorious iOS 8 included).
GM for iOS 8 is already out, which indicates software completion although it may needed last minute touch-ups (if bugs are reported by users) but will be available to users as iOS 8.0. Apple is all set to mark the new beginnings by introducing the next gen product lineup (iPhone 6) next week so it’s a good move that they have upgraded iTunes as well.
For the time being, The GM is a dev-only release but new iTunes 11.4 has been rolled out to the earlier iOS 8 GM very quickly. Reportedly, installing iOS 8 GM on Yosemite using the latest version of iTunes 12 is creating issues for users so if you are on Yosemite then it will be good to take your hands off from this update and wait for another release to avoid any issues.
Mac OS X Yosemite 10.10 offers a number of enhancements over Mavericks, and its bonding with iOS 8 is definitely a plus point which will allow users to flit between OS X and iOS 8 without interrupting workflow. In beginning, users may face some issues and bugs but it’s about time when Apple will likely to make it just the best thing that we all have ever wanted.
To get iTunes 11.4 for Mavericks right now, go to Mac App Store and then click on the Updates tab (on the top).