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iTunes 11.1.5 Fixes ‘Crash’ Issue

27 February 2014 3,770 views No Comment

Have you noticed that apps no longer

Have you noticed that apps no longer “crash,” but rather “unexpectedly quit”? iTunes 11.1.5 addresses an issue that caused the app to not crash and otherwise stop functioning.

• iTunes 11.1.5 (download)
— Fixes a problem that may cause iTunes to quit unexpectedly when a device is connected and improves compatibility with iBooks for Mac on OS X Mavericks
— See also iTunes 11.1.5 for Windows

And, if you haven’t yet installed OS X 10.9.2, do it now because it patches the “go to fail” SSL certificate vulnerability. What’s that? The short answer is that, “It could seriously ruin your life™.”

Likewise, if your iPhone, iPod touch and/or iPad isn’t yet running the latest version(s) of iOS, get that done now — the same “go to fail” issue also afflicts Apple’s mobile devices.

So, back to iTunes 11.1.5 for second — Is there a real and true, certified technical difference between an app “crash” and “unexpected quit”? Or, is it six of one and half-dozen of the other? I suspect it’s the latter…

What’s your take?

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