updated 05:55 pm EST, Thu February 8, 2007
Apple apps, Vista support
Apple technical support has confirmed that numerous Apple Windows applications are incompatible with Vista alongside iTunes. Apple earlier this week warned PC users to delay upgrading to Vista until updates are released, and a technical support document released today describes a range of additional Windows applications designed by Apple that don't support Vista, according to Macworld.co.uk. Unsupported Windows applications include AirPort, AppleWorks, Apple Software Update, Bonjour, the iDisk utility, the iPod shuffle reset utility, the standalone iPod updater for iTunes 6, and QuickTime. Apple has yet to offer a timeframe for Vista compatibility, and Microsoft said it has a team working with developers like Apple to establish support for its latest operating system.