Apple has just released a minor update to the iTunes software on OS X and Windows. The most notable improvement is to Classical music browsing in Apple Music, bringing it into line with the iOS 9.2 version of the service.
Unsurprisingly for a small update, its description in the Mac App Store is brief, but explains that Classical works, composers and performers are now displayed during browsing of Classical music in the Apple Music catalog.
These changes had already been enacted to the iOS version of the music streaming service with the release of iOS 9.2 several days ago. Stability and performance enhancements are also pledged in the description for the iTunes update.
OS X users can now download the update from the Update tab in the Mac App Store, while Windows users can just open the iTunes software to receive the prompt to install.