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Apple releases iTunes, Apple TV-focused Bonjour update

Apple has posted an update to its Bonjour network discovery software for Mac OS X. According to the release notes for Bonjour Update 2010-001, the update “improves the reliability of connections between iTunes and Apple TV.” As the bulk of iLounge’s editors are currently on site at the 2010 CES, we haven’t yet had a chance to test the new update, but we encourage our Mac-using readers to comment with their experiences with the update, good or bad.

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I’ll be loading it up right a way. Although I have had no network issues since I put everything on a 5 GHz N only wireless network. I may put one Apple TV on my G network to see if the disappearing act has been fixed.

Posted by Sparkee on January 8, 2010 at 7:22 PM (CST)

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