Apple has this week rolled out new beta versions of its iTunes 11.1 and Apple TV 5.4, adding several new features to the upcoming software.

Alongside iOS 7 beta 4, Apple has released a new pre-release version of iTunes 11.1 for developers, which features support for iTunes Radio, Apple's upcoming music streaming service. Previously, developers were only able to test the service on a device running iOS 7.

The new Apple TV 5.4 seed is said to fix a number of bugs, and also brings back the ability to buy music from iTunes to the device. Plus, the new beta version of iOS 7 for Apple TV lets users automatically pair their iOS device's Remote app with their Apple TV using Bluetooth.

It's worth noting that, as the new software is still in beta, there is a possibility that Apple will decide not to include these features in the final version, which is expected to roll out alongside a new iPhone in September.

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[Via 9to5Mac and AppleInsider]

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