Updating genius on itunes
United Kingdom and Germany) as well as security and stability fixes.
Also included is a GUI update for Leopard, and the ability to add custom ringtones for free. Shows i Pod battery level in source list (i Pod Nano 3G, i Pod Classic, i Pod Touch, and i Phone with 1.1.2 software).
i Tunes lacked support for 64-bit versions of Windows until the 7.6 update on January 16, 2008.
i Tunes is currently supported under any 64-bit version of Windows, although the i Tunes executable was still 32-bit until version 12.1.
The new version was available for download later that day.
One major feature includes the integration of "i Tunes Ping", which brings a social factor to the i Tunes experience.
The 64-bit versions of Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 are not supported by Apple, but a workaround has been devised for both operating systems.
It also adds i Tunes LPs to the store, which gives additional media with an album.
Initially conceived as a simple music player, over time i Tunes developed into a sophisticated multimedia content manager, hardware synchronization manager and e-commerce platform.
The current version of i Tunes enables users to manage media content, create playlists, synchronize media content with handheld devices including the i Pod, i Phone and i Pad, re-image and update handheld devices, stream Internet radio and purchase music, films, television shows, audiobooks and applications via the i Tunes Store.
Apple purchased the program from Casady & Greene in 2000.
Users' libraries now include all media they have stored in their i Cloud account, along with any media unique to the device they are using.
Media files stored in the cloud don't need to be downloaded before playing, allowing a larger collection to be accessible without increased disk usage.