January 28, 2011 by USA Post
Itunes 10.1.2, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) has released new update of iTunes (iTunes 10.1.2) that enables synchronization of the new Verizon iPhone with iTunes 4.
Verizon will sell the CDMA version of the iPhone through February 2.
Cupertino, Calif., said Apple iTunes 10.1.2 provides a number of stability and performance improvements.
10.1.2 iTunes offers several new features and enhancements, including
* AirPlay video streams instantly and wirelessly from iTunes to Apple TV brand new.
* Sync with your iPhone, iPhone or iPod touch with IOS 4.2
The update is also available for download for Windows 7, Vista and XP.
The file size is iTunes 10.1.2 90.43 megabyte (MB) for Mac OS X, 78.29 MB for Windows 32-bit version and 79.16 MB for Windows 64-bit version.
Here are the system requirements for Mac users to download the latest update:
* Mac OS X version 10.5 or later
* QuickTime 7.6 or later, support for HE-AAC requires QuickTime 7.6.4 or later
* Safari 4.0.3 or later
* 200 MB available hard disk space
* Mac computer with an Intel, PowerPC G5 or G4 processor
* 1.0 GHz PowerPC G4 processor or faster is required for video playback in standard definition on the iTunes Store
* 2.0 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo or faster is required to play HD video, an LP or iTunes iTunes iTunes Store Extras
* 512 MB RAM, 1 GB is required to play HD video, an LP or iTunes iTunes Extras
* Screen resolution of 1024×768 or higher; 1280×800 or higher is required to play an LP or iTunes iTunes Extras
* Playing videos also requires at least 16 MB of video RAM
* Broadband Internet connection to use the iTunes Store
* Apple combo drive or SuperDrive to create audio CDs, MP3s, or backup, other non-Apple CD-RW drives May also work.
* Apple SuperDrive to back up your DVD library, other non-Apple DVD-RW can also work.
For Windows users, the hardware specifications are the same as above. The software specifications are as follows:
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Preparation software continues to Feb. 10 release of the iPhone Verizon, Apple has released an update to its iTunes software on Thursday night. According to the update notes, iTunes version 10.1.2 improves program stability and AO performance and allows for synchronization of movies, music and other downloads with the CDMA model iPhone 4.
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