The next version of the iTunes will come with redesigned user interface and deeper iCloud integration. The new integration of the company’s music store with iTunes allows automatic iDevice backups to users on their computers and users will also be able to stream their media libraries to their computers without using up any disk space. Right now developers are using iTunes 10.5 to test iOS 5 Beta, but much of the iCloud functionality hasn’t been rolled out to that version of iTunes yet and Apple is holding back a big update to iTunes until the September iPod event…………..
The next version of iTunes will get a full facelift and extensive iCloud integration and it’s no secret that iTunes is due for a UI upgrade, and this should come true with the release of iTunes 11. A reliable source of ours has stated that iTunes 11, the next major update to iTunes will be revamped from the ground up. The basic layout of the iTunes UI hasn’t changed since the first version. This new update will have a completely different UI and better iCloud integration. The UI would be much more cleaner and slick. iCloud is also going to be more closely integrated with iTunes. Rather than the iTunes Store being essentially a web browser, the Store will actually be integrated into the entire app, much like Spotify is currently. And also iCloud backups will be integrated into iTunes and this means if you back up your iDevice to iCloud, that same backup will be stored locally on your computer. Also, app data from iCloud will be synced closely with iTunes. For example, if you beat a level in Angry Birds, that level data will be synced to iCloud and then to your iTunes library.