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iTunes 10.6 brings 1080p video, iTunes Match upgrades

updated 04:25 pm EST, Wed March 7, 2012

Solves matching, artwork problems

To go along with iOS 5.1 and the third-generation iPad, Apple has released iTunes 10.6. The software's main addition is support for 1080p video, which is now sold on the iTunes Store, and can be recorded by both the new iPad and the iPhone 4S. Apple TV owners can view 1080p content.

Otherwise the update deals primarily with glitches in iTunes Match. The matching process has been improved, and it can now cope better with album artwork, including display and downloads. Apple has also addressed a problem with iCloud streaming in which songs would skip.

Mac and Windows versions of the update are available, the latter in 32- and 64-bit editions.

by MacNN Staff



  1. facebook_Raine

    Via Facebook

    Joined: Mar 2012


    Multiple Users

    Did they fix the multiple user account issue? If you have two separate users on one computer iTunes matches locks one user out for 90 days. Or does apple think we all have 80 billion to by separate machines?

  1. chas_m




    Because new Macs start at 80 BILLION DOLLARS.

    MAN, Facebook is loaded with idiots! I'm almost missing the AOL noobs.

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