After all the complaints surrounding iTunes 7.0, Apple quitely releases an update

When Apple announced its new range of iPod music players two weeks ago, it also launched a new version of iTunes. iTunes 7.0 boasted a slightly redesigned interface, the ability to sync an iPod to more than one computer, a new "Cover Flow" view for album management, the ability to download album art from the Internet and support for full-length feature film downloads.

Shortly after the release of iTunes 7.0, however, the complaints started to poor out from users. There were problems with high memory usage, unexpected program crashes and muffled audio playback. Apple has seen fit to correct these issues and as a result has released iTunes 7.0.1. From the release notes:

iTunes 7.0.1 addresses issues with audio playback. In addition, iTunes 7.0.1 also addresses stability and performance issues with Cover Flow, CD importing, iPod syncing, and more.

All iPod users are encouraged to download the update or use the program’s auto update feature.

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