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Apple today released iTunes 10.2.2, bringing a handful of bug fixes to the company's media management and syncing software.
iTunes 10.2.2 provides a number of important bug fixes, including:

- Addresses an issue where iTunes may become unresponsive when syncing an iPad.
- Resolves an issue which may cause syncing photos with iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to take longer than necessary.
- Fixes a problem where video previews on the iTunes Store may skip while playing.
- Addresses other issues that improve stability and performance.
The update can be obtained via Software Update or through Apple's iTunes download page. The update follows the release of iTunes 10.2.1 early last month.

Article Link: Apple Releases iTunes 10.2.2 With Syncing and Video Previewing Bug Fixes
 

Consultant

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Haven't ran into any of those problems, except maybe iPhoto recognizing iPhone slower.

So this update ACTUALLY makes it snappier?
 
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iMJustAGuy

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How about you release a 10.2 update with a separate music video tab instead of them being incorporated in my music you *******s. :mad:
:rolleyes:
 
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rezha

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- added: support for a number of file formats (mkv, avi, etc.)
- added: support for having multiple libraries on different disks/directories
- added: support for streaming the new formats to iphone/ipad/appletv2g
- added: automatic metadata retrieving when adding music/movies to itunes
- removed: steve jobs from apple

sadly, just my wish
 
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JDQuinn

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Apr 18, 2011
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That's great...

Still no fix for synced tracks starting several seconds from the beginning of the song...?
 
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doctor-don

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Still on 9. Have they fixed the "looks like ****" bug yet?

If you are still on 9 (I'm still on 8), are you able to access the iTunes Store through iTunes? All I get is a full-screen ad urging me to install iTunes 10. Is it not accessible except through iTunes 10?

UPDATE: After installing the update, I now have access to iTunes Store. Perhaps the version in my Applications folder will display as 10.2.2 after I restart the next time.
 
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wrkngclasshero

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Verloc said:
Still on 9. Have they fixed the "looks like ****" bug yet?

That was the funniest thing I've seen all day!! Kudos to you sir.
 
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Razeus

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how about some 64-bit cocoa goodness. That way you can run tasks in the background instead of bringing up a progress bar when I'm importing files preventing me from playing my music or doing anything else until this is done. Geez.
 
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Bonte

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The iPod yesterday copied the music to my new iMac that had the same account, i thought this wasn't possible? New updates are good. :)
 
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rorschach

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how about some 64-bit cocoa goodness. That way you can run tasks in the background instead of bringing up a progress bar when I'm importing files preventing me from playing my music or doing anything else until this is done. Geez.

I'd settle for an "Info" window that actually has fields relevant to what I've selected. The Info window for a movie has fields for Album, Artist, Composer, Track Number, Lyrics, etc.
 
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Razeus

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And don't get me started on why I can't buy iBooks from the iTunes store. Completely ridiculous you have to go to an iPad or iPhone to do this. When you do buy on your iDevice, the damn book TRANSFERS BACK TO iTUNES, so there is no point in not having this store with the rest of the stores.
 
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Razeus

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I'd settle for an "Info" window that actually has fields relevant to what I've selected. The Info window for a movie has fields for Album, Artist, Composer, Track Number, Lyrics, etc.

Tell me about it. And a separate Music Video tab would be nice. They have tabs for all the kinds of media. Heck, I can even sort it by media kind, but yet the choose to muck up my library and album art with this. And yes, I have a smartlist for this, but it sucks browsing through my beautiful cover art to have it broken up with some music video snippet.
 
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iBungie

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Just installed the iTunes update and the first time I synched my iPhone music, books & video on it got wiped. Minor irritation as I can restore but wondering if anyone else had this glitch?
 
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mdriftmeyer

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how about some 64-bit cocoa goodness. That way you can run tasks in the background instead of bringing up a progress bar when I'm importing files preventing me from playing my music or doing anything else until this is done. Geez.

That would require two options:

Maintaining 2 branches of iTunes and until they decide to include a YellowBox infrastructure for Windows [ala NeXT] they won't be moving to Cocoa only.
 
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