One of the features that did crop up was the App Management, that allows you to add, arrange and delete apps from your iPhone or iPod touch homescreen.
Next up there was a revamped look for the store. With a cleaner design, it is easier to use and comes with a couple of added extras as well. These were 20,000 pre-cut iPhone ringtones, and "Wishlists" – a feature that will allow you to share links from the store on Facebook and Twitter.
Next up is Home Sharing – a feature that will allow you to share your iTunes content with up to 5 other computers in your home. When an authorised computer logs on, users can see new content added by other people in its network, and simply drag and drop the content wanted. This applies with apps as well, and seems like a big move for Apple. Buy once, use 5 times? Interesting...
Finally there are Genius Mixes. Just like Genius picks out tunes it thinks you might like based on your library, Genius Mixes picks tracks it thinks will mix well together and can create up to 12 different continuous playlists for you to choose from.
Finally, there's also improved syncing that will mean you can choose what content you wish to sync - from playlists to individual genres and artists – there's a whole lot more control for what you want where.
Keep it locked to Stuff.tv for a full review once we've had a play – until then let us know what you think to it all below.