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Apple releases iTunes update

Along with updates to its other Mac-only iLife applications, Apple today released iTunes 6.0.3. According to the release notes, the update “includes stability and performance improvements over iTunes 6.0.2.” A detailed list of changes was not provided. The update is available from Apple’s website for Windows and Mac users, and via the Mac OS X software update preference pane for Mac users.

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21

The new version doesn’t fix the “silent videos” problem - It’s so annoying, as one of my videos (which I manually imported) plays fine, while the others (two of which were purchased through iTMS!) play without sound!

I’ve re-installed quicktime and that doesn’t help - anyone got any ideas?!?

Posted by James on February 17, 2006 at 6:50 AM (CST)

22

I believe this update is mostly intended to break Harmony…. and provides DRM updates.

Posted by ebolasmallpox on February 17, 2006 at 5:33 PM (CST)

23

I wish Apple would make it so that you could use iTunes as an internet browser. I just think it’d be more convenient.

Posted by curveball429 on February 18, 2006 at 5:16 PM (CST)

24

As for streaming music to remote powered speakers or different stereos around your house, you can now transmit to multiple locations instead of just one.  I think a great upgrade.  I have 2 systems in my house and now can play the same music on both simaltaneosly.  Before it was one or the other.

Posted by Scott H on February 24, 2006 at 8:48 AM (CST)

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