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What’s new in iTunes 10.7 [u]

13 September 2012 4,806 views 2 Comments

Apple has released iTunes 10.7, which smoothes the way for iOS, iPhone 5, the 2012 iPod touch and more.

Wednesday’s iPhone 5 keynote address introduced a lot of new products that we won’t get to lay our hands on for weeks. Included therein is iTunes 11, but that long-awaited whole-number rewrite isn’t coming until October. In the meantime, Apple has released iTunes 10.7, which smoothes the way for iOS 6, iPhone 5, the 2012 iPod touch and more.

iTunes 10.7, download
— iTunes 10.7 adds support for iOS 6 running on compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch models
— Adds support for the latest iPod nano and iPod shuffle models
— Mac OS X version 10.6.8 or later

See also: iTunes 11: Everything You Need to Know

[u] Apple finally posted iTunes 10.7 security content information, listing quite literally scores of issues that have been patched and/or addressed in addition to the three headline vulnerabilities reproduced here:

— iTunes 10.7 for OS X: SHA1: 0ff7c404f87122f89d49ed6c411b3692f1016e0a

— iTunes 10.7 for Windows: SHA1: 499c39aad4a05c76286e3159f4e1e081dab8fe86

— iTunes 10.7 for Windows 64: SHA1: c632854371097edbf3d831f7f2d449297d9f988e

That said, I suspect significant additional information will be available in the security content update, so stay tuned. Boy, did that prediction come true in spades — iTunes 10.7 is an absolute must-have update.

iTunes 10.7 is also available for Windows 64. Lion and Mountain Lion users should check for this update in the Mac App Store (Apple menu > Software Update). Our Snow Leopard friends know what to do.

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