Apple could be releasing the long-awaited iTunes 11, following the company’s failed October deadline announced at the launch of iPhone 5 back in September.
First reported by Cult of Mac in an email from German music distribution company Feiyr.com, Apple is preparing to launch the new version of iTunes in “the next days”.
Originally scheduled to debut in October, Apple held off on launching the software, saying the update was still in development.
Announcing the delay spokesman Tom Neumayr told Cnet: “The new iTunes is taking longer than expected and we wanted to take a little extra time to get it right.”
He promised that the music service will feature a “dramatically simpler and cleaner interface” and would be ready to ship in November.