Updating itunes music library
At least we find all beta versions laced with bugs.Though Apple Music is not in beta version, two of the noted Apple fans were critical of the issues and outages experienced by early adopters of Apple Music, which should have been labelled a beta service.Apple apparently walked back those statements in a follow-up phone call to Pinkstone.The company's full statement today also makes clear that file deletion is not an intended function of the company's streaming service: In an extremely small number of cases users have reported that music files saved on their computer were removed without their permission.Any changes that you made to your Library after the data you updated, such as new playlists that you created or songs that you added, might be missing.If you have synced your i Tunes Library to your i Phone, i Pad or i Pod, you can use i Tunes Transfer to bring the missing i Tunes Library back on your PC.Are there tracks in i Tunes that just won't upload to i Cloud Music Library? i Cloud Music Library's offerings are great: You can stream and download any of your Mac's songs to any of your other devices, and if you're subscribed to Apple Music, you can even do the same for any song from the streaming catalog.But unsurprisingly, something so ambitious isn't without its bugs.
No, seriously." The post, which went viral, detailed how Pinkstone's library of 122GB of music suddenly disappeared.
If a user experiences this issue they should contact Apple Care.”Pinkstone has been getting mixed messages about whether the deletion was a design feature or a bug.