Apple has released iTunes 11.1.4 which lets you see your Wish List in the library, improved languages support and unspecific "stability improvements".
Last night, Apple released iTunes 11.1.3 which fixes some issues with the Equlaizer and switchiong views in large libraries (what's a "large" library?) and other minor bugs. Available via software update, the App Store app, or directly download from Apple's website.
Via Kirk: for whatever reason, iTunes 11.1.2 removed the restriction on editing tags of tracks in a mixed-media selection.
The bug affecting AirPlay scripting has been fixed in iTunes 11.1.2.
iTunes 11.1.2 adds support for OS X Mavericks, also released today.
Apple has released iTunes 11.1.1 with bug fixes for podcast management and iTunes Extras display and a helping of stability fixes. Looks like you can once again delete old podcast episodes.
The AirPlay bug mentioned below has not been fixed.
For reasons not yet clear, as of iTunes 11.1, multi-item editing is no longer possible when a track selection contains mixed media kinds, audio and PDF for example. Kirk explains the matter here.
The script Multi-Media Items Edit provides basic tag editing for a selection of tracks of any media kind.
Wondering why your favorite tag or option isn't included? Just keeping it simple, friend-o.
Apple has made iTunes 11.1 available to download today just ahead of the iOS 7 release. iTunes 11.1 sports iTunes Radio, which you may or may not think is the greatest thing since MP3s (I'm not exactly thrilled with it, but I think most people will like it).
iTunes Radio is 'scriptable to a degree and I'll have more on that later.
Apple has updated iTunes to correct some issues with tracks stored in the cloud. You can get iTunes 11.0.5 from the App Store app's "Updates" tab or directly from Apple's website.
Not so much fanfare for the release of iTunes 11.0.4 yesterday, but big news if you were seeing that "Enter your password" dialog continuously. Includes other minor bug fixes.