Ask the iTunes Guy: A look at new features in iTunes 12.6

pple recently released iTunes 12.6, and it addresses some issues that readers have been writing me about for some time. In this column, I answer a couple of those questions and explain some of the changes in iTunes 12.6. Apple has— finally—brought back the ability to open playlists in their own windows. And the MiniPlayer, that small floating window that lets you control iTunes, has been updated. Read on to

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