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WoodWarbler reviewed on 03 Dec 2012
Unequivocally, this is THE WORST iTunes ever created. Never in 9 years of using iTunes have I ever been unable to instantly figure out how to drag a playlist and drop it onto my iPod. It took me a day and a night to figure it out on 11.0. I program radio and am a DJ. I have come to rely on having multiple playlist windows going simultaneously, but 11.0 doesn't allow for this. Version 10.6.3 was handling my 365 gigs of music and AIFF files smoothly, with no delays at all whatsoever, but 11.0 now is all about doing battle with the Spinning Rainbow Pinwheel Of Death. It seems that even selecting a track (let alone several) must now take several or even dozens of indefinite seconds, time that I simply do not have when I'm programming live radio shows or DJing a party. I hate this version and am about to sacrifice all of the work I invested creating the playlists which made it through the "upgrade"(really a downward spiral) in order to go back to 10.6.3. I'm sure Apple in its infinite wisdom will make it impossible for me to play new download purchases without upgrading at some point in the near future....but maybe, just maybe you'll have read these abysmal reviews and gotten some sense before making the next "upgrade" . There is NOTHING easier or faster about 11.0, quite the opposite as everything takes longer and simply navigating around has become a complete timewasting pain in the ass. Take it from someone who grew up on Mac since the 1980s and has always been a staunch believer: iTunes 11.0 is an embarrassment to the notion of "intuitive," that thing that Macs were legendary for. For shame!
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