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  • Apple Excites with 64-Bit iTunes and Full-Screen Support

    On a day of jam-packed Apple news and exciting - not to mention long-awaited - software and hardware releases, iTunes wasn't left out in the cold by any stretch of the imagination. Apple has released iTunes 10.4 which follows the early Wednesday morning release of OS X Lion.

    The update to iTunes not only delivers 64 bit Cocoa support for OS X Lion users, but also packs full-screen support. Needless to say, "iTunes 10.4 is now designed for OS X Lion," Apple announced. "You can now use iTunes with OS X Lionís new Full-Screen App capability, which allows you to use iTunes and other apps without distractions. Navigate between full-screen apps with a simple gesture."

    Also embellishing the update further are much-needed stability and performance improvements. The only trade-off (if you even want to call it that) is that a few iTunes plug-ins are no longer going to play nice and be compatible with the new version of iTunes.

    For more information about Apple's complete slate of new products and offerings, check out Phillip Swanson's report this morning covering the release of OS X Lion, updated MacBook Airs, and the new Mac Minis.

    Source: Apple
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple Excites with 64-Bit iTunes and Full-Screen Support started by Michael Essany View original post
    Comments 42 Comments
    1. Stumbows's Avatar
      Stumbows -
      Quote Originally Posted by Alpha Zero View Post
      They will tell you; you are an idiot for not checking the requirements that are clearly stated on the product packaging before dropping $829 on an iPad.
      LOL... Yep!
    1. illinibball4232's Avatar
      illinibball4232 -
      Quote Originally Posted by Dragon M. View Post
      The 64-bit iTunes version for Windows is actually mainly a 32 bit process. If you look at your task manager on a 64 bit machine, it says it's a 32 bit process.
      oh yeah that definately makes sence considering it still saids that. this didnt make many changes if any on windows