What's new in iTunes 10.6.3
According to the update's Web page, the update improves performance and addresses problems involving syncing with a first-generation iPad that holds an iBooks textbook; photos syncing out of order; and unexpected deletions of apps and iTunes playlists.
In addition to these fixes, the update adds support for the iOS 6 beta that was released to developers today at WWDC 2012.
iTunes 10.6 included:
- With iCloud, everything you’ve bought on iTunes is now on every device you love.
- Buy a song on one device and it automatically downloads to all your other devices — wirelessly and without syncing.
- See a history of everything you’ve bought from iTunes and download past purchases on whichever device you choose.
- Store your entire music collection in iCloud and play it on any iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV, Mac, or PC.
For information on the security content of this update, please visit: support.apple.com/kb/HT1222
iTunes lets you enjoy all your music, movies, video, and TV shows on your Mac or PC. When you want to watch or listen to something, you no longer have to look through your CDs or flip through channels — just go to your computer and open iTunes. With your entire media collection in your iTunes library, you can browse everything faster, organize it all more easily, and play anything whenever the mood strikes.
- Organize your music into playlists
- Edit file information
- Record compact discs
- Copy files to an iPod or other digital audio player
- Purchase music and videos on the Internet through the built-in iTunes store
- Run a visualizer to display graphical effects in time to the music
- Encode music into a number of different audio formats.