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Discussion in 'MacRumors.com News Discussion' started by bob616, Sep 1, 2010.
Download it now
I'm not seeing it.
Edit: Nevermind, it appears now, yay!
Edit 2: Lost the page, still showing 9.2.1.
Edit 3: IT'S SHOWING, AGAIN!
empty your cache. i just finished downloading it
And it only contained 32 bit code and not 64 bit. At the bottom it gave a link for the 64 bit and that just offered up 9.2.1.
Mine said iTunes 10, but the download is 9.2.1?
Is a 102mb the correct file size?
are you talking about windows?
Mac OSX: http://appldnld.apple.com/iTunes10/061-8247.20100901.Ktjyt/iTunes10.dmg
Windows 32-bit: http://appldnld.apple.com/iTunes10/061-8246.20100901.Zxsew3/iTunesSetup.exe
Windows 64-bit: http://appldnld.apple.com/iTunes10/061-8245.20100901.Pr4rg/iTunes64Setup.exe
Yes I am.
OH FOUND IT
I have downloaded it twice now (Windows 7 64-bit), and it is still downloading 9.2.1.
Nope. It's still Carbon.
And it doesn't work on Tiger either.
Thanks! The link was still giving me 9.2.1 for some reason even though I emptied the cache and all.
Mac OSX is 82.3 MB
Windows 32-bit is 71.4 MB
Windows 64-bit is 72.2 MB
My laptop won't let me download without a 64 bit.
What's the difference between 32 and 64?
Have an iP4 and 07 Macbook with SL.
When i click on the apps tab iTunes immediately quits. Is anyone else experiencing this?
Well, are you running 32- or 64-bit Windows?
64 bit is 72.2MB
It's very pretty and fresh.
Frankly, the honeymoon period is over already. But it's very snappier(tm)
64 obviously, but what's the difference between both?
If it's anything like iTunes 9, nothing at all.
The last one wasn't really 64 bit...it was just a 32 bit app made in a way to work with 64 bit Windows. Download whichever one matches your version of Windows.
The color's duke the colors!!!
Why did they take away all the icon colors, I identify them with that not the icon... Ugh, I really wanted to like the new iTunes, but instead they just make it grey.
iTunes 10 Now Available to Download
Apple has finally posted the iTunes 10 release for download. iTunes 10 was introduced today during the keynote event. The new version of the media management application features a streamlined interface and a new networking feature called Ping, along with a new, more modern icon.
Ping is a social network for music that will help users discover new music, allowing users to follow favorite artists and friends. Ping will also create a custom chart showing music selections based on those followed. Users can choose to allow others to follow them automatically or by approval. There are over 160 million iTunes users, all of whom will be able to sign up for the new Ping service immediately.
Article Link: iTunes 10 Now Available to Download
Matches my uTorrent icon.
Got it...works well...Ping, not so sure, like the album view, icon is lame...
Still 9.2.1 in NZ