updated 03:35 pm EDT, Fri March 16, 2007
iTunes 7.1.1 released
Apple today released iTunes 7.1.1, updating its multimedia software for both Mac and Windows systems. The latest revision addresses a stability issue, as well as minor compatibility problems in iTunes 7.1. The Cupertino-based company describes iTunes as "the world’s best way to organize and enjoy your personal digital music and video collection with your Mac. iTunes is also the easiest way to sync music, videos, and more with your iPod." iTunes enables users to create a digital music and video collection by importing personal music CDs or downloading favborite songs and videos from the iTunes Store. The software also supports creating custom playlists and burning playlists to CDs or playing them on a home stereo. Apple's iTunes 7.1.1 update is available for free, and requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later.