New iPhone? You can bet your bottom dollar that that means a new version of iTunes to go along with all the new features that theiOS 4 software introduces. Similarly to Apple’s new operating system, so far only developers have been able to get their hands on iTunes 9.2. But when has that ever stopped details of a few features making their way online, eh?
So by the looks of things, iTunes 9.2 so far does not include cloud-based streaming. Obviously it’ll now include functionality to sync up with an iPhone 4, meaning you’ll be able to use it to drag music and movies onto your flashy new smartphone.
iTunes 9.2 brings with it the ability to sync and read books with iPhone or iPod touch with iPhone iOS 4 and iBooks 1.1. You’ll be able to organise your PDF files within iTunes before popping them onto an iPad, iPhone or iPod running iOS 4.
You’ll also be able to organise your iPhone apps into folders through iTunes, just incase you cant get to grips with it on the handset itself.
Overall performance should be improved too, with faster back-ups and syncing between iTunes 9.2 and any device running iOS 4.
By Gerald Lynch | June 8th, 2010