Apple has released a minor update for its iTunes software application for Windows and Mac users. iTunes 10.2.2 features a number of minor bug fixes, plus closes several security holes in the Windows client (these holes were closed on the Mac platform in a recent update to the Safari browser).
The bug fixes resolve a problem whereby iTunes becomes unresponsive when syncing to an iPad. It also resolves a problem whereby syncing photos to iOS devices took longer than necessary, plus prevents video previews from skipping during playback on the iTunes store. The update also addresses other non-specified issues with stability and performance.
iTunes 10.2.2 is available now for Windows and Mac. A separate build is also available for 64-bit versions of Windows.
This article originally appeared at softwarecrew.co.uk
Source: Copyright Software Crew
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