After first unveiling iTunes 11 in September, Apple pushed the launch back to November. Right now Apple has only two days to deliver and according to the WSJ we could see the update go live today.
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In a bit of a sneaky move to try and bury the news, Apple has announced that it will not be delivering iTunes 11 as originally planned in October due to the software not being ready in time.
Rumors online suggest that Apple's iTunes 11 could go in a completely different visual direction to the present iteration of the popular media player.