updated 07:50 pm EDT, Sat September 15, 2007
iPod nano, classic v1.01
Apple today pushed out new bug-fix updates for a few of its newest iPods. The company released updates for new third-generation iPod nano as well as the recently released iPod classic. While the details from Apple are sparse, it appears to be a bug-fix only update and available via iTunes (sync tab). Yesterday, Apple's iPhone-store-credit pages showed a few graphics for an unreleased iPhone v1.1.1 software update, which has not yet surfaced, but will likely bring support for iTunes Mobile Store -- already available via the now shipping iPod touch.
While the nature of the "bug fixes" remains a mystery, one user in Apple's forums lists a number of issues still unresolved by the update, including clock timing issues (when using multiple clocks with some DST and others noted), cover flow issues, unchecked playlists being synced regardless of options, some artwork not showing (custom or otherwise), syncing photo libraries, and issues with calendar notes.