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Apple has just released a new version of iTunes to accompany today’s iOS 9 update. The update introduces brand-new support for two-factor authentication when logging into the store, providing an extra layer of security for users who take advantage of that particular feature (and you should).

Also included in the update is a set of bug fixes for using Apple Music with VoiceOver, recently played radio stations not being listed, and “loved” songs on iOS not syncing back to the Mac properly. Apple has also fixed a bug related to the Up Next feature not allowing users to reorder upcoming songs.

Finally, the update adds support for iOS 9 and Mac OS X El Capitan.

You can download the new version of iTunes now through the Software Update option in the Mac App Store or from the iTunes website.

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