iTunes 9.2 update released

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Thumbnail image for itunes-logo.pngApple have released version 9.2 of their iTunes software. Load up your previously installed version of iTunes and you’ll be greeted with an offer of an update to bring your iTunes library into line with the incoming iPhone 4 and iOS4.

It’s an essential update for anyone with an iPhone 4 pre-ordered, or £GS owners looking to update their operating system to iOS4. It’s necessary to sync with the new handset and OS, bringing with it iBooks 1.1 support for iPad and iPod Touch devices too.

As well as fixing general stability issues and back-up speeds, iTunes 9.2 also adds folder support for apps, one of the big changes set to be introduced in iOS4 when it launches on June 21st.

Probably wont really notice the best bits of this update until your iPhone 4 or newly installed iOS4 software arrives, but for plenty of little fixes too it’s well worth the update.

By Gerald Lynch | June 17th, 2010