Apple promises bug that deleted songs from iTunes to solve

May

14

2016

Apple iTunes has responded to reports that includes a bug that in some cases, music can be removed from the library. Next week should come out an update with extra security measures “to prevent the removal of music.

In a statement that was to iMore given Apple states that it is aware of an issue where music will be removed from your iTunes library without the user’s consent. While the company can replicate the problem itself has not, it is working on an update for iTunes. This contains mechanisms installed to prevent accidental music to be removed, though did not explain how this works. The update should come out next week.

Probably the problem is in the matching of the songs system; iTunes will scan the music library songs and a match can replace the version on your computer by the standard Apple has on its servers for its streaming service Music. Normally, a pop-up when a local track is removed.

Incidentally, it does not appear the first time that reports of missing music from iTunes. It’s happened several times previously that the service mistakenly deleted music. Thus, users have complained that they have lost self-made recordings that this version was replaced by a standard version of the song.

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