A look at the redesigned iTunes 12 in OS X Yosemite beta

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Apple has included iTunes 12 in the newest OS X Yosemite beta released today. It’s a pretty clean redesign that focuses on de-chromifying a lot of the interface elements and introducing new icons.

The iconic iTunes icon has also been changed from blue to a reddish pink. Here’s more of what iTunes 12 looks like:

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As you can see, Apple had added the ability to quickly access your iTunes account in the right of the app’s top bar.

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OS X Yosemite will launch for the public in the fall alongside the release of iOS 8, which also entered its fourth beta today.

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11 responses to “A look at the redesigned iTunes 12 in OS X Yosemite beta”

  1. Where is the translucency? iTunes would look great if the album art went through the title bar…

    • Antonio Marcos Machyavelly says:

      I think, they didn’t make it translucent because iTunes 12 will be available for others OS X versions.

  2. Cristian says:

    ugly design… :(

  3. cleesmith says:

    I can’t believe Apple designed this POS

  4. Andrew says:

    Where are the round edges?… :|

  5. thatboy says:

    I really miss cover flow :(
    iTunes looked and worked so much better 5 years ago!

  6. Amanda Roman says:

    is there a fullscreen mode? Can’t find it anywhere

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