If you love classical music – as I do – you may have already seen that Apple doesn’t seem to understand this kind of music. The problem seems to be in the root of the iTunes concept, which doesn’t get that with classical music you don’t get “songs” but “works.”
But Apple has heard the community and taken the first step towards improving the classical music experience by adding the missing metadata to Apple Music on iOS with the release of iOS 9.2.
Today Apple has released another “important” update – important for those who love classical music – iTunes 12.3.2. This update finally allows Apple Music uses to see works, composers, and performers while browsing Classical music in the catalog.
So, open the Mac App Store and check the update tab to download this minor but important software update to iTunes.