One of the best things I like about Apple is – it won’t forget its traditional procedures. Whenever Apple does a new product release, it has been habitual for Apple to introduce new updated softwares, apps. In the same way, Apple is being updating its iTunes, media content syncing software for iOS products. Along with the Apple iPad 2’s launch, the company updated the iTunes version to 10.2. at it doesn’t add any full fledged functionality to the software.
The iTunes 10.2 upgrading includes the support for iOS 4.3 devices. It’s just a minor update with some speed improvements, some regular bug fixes and security updates. It brings “improved Home Sharing” when browsing and playing your iTunes libraries on your iOS 4.3-powered iDevices – iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. The new version of iTunes is required to sync the iPad 2 with your Mac or PC and is available for immediate download.
Users can download the iTunes 1.2 from here at iTunes Download Page (hit the link) for free or you can run the Apple Software Updater on your computer now, which is weighing 35.6 MB of size.