iTunes Update Addresses iPad, iPhone Sync Issues

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Apple released iTunes 10.2.2 on Monday with fixes for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad syncing issues. iTunes is Apple’s music, video and iOS app management application for Mac OS X and Windows.

iTunes: It syncs better now.iTunes 10.2.2 gets better iOS syncing

The 10.2.2 update addressed an issue where iTunes could become unresponsive when syncing an iPad, and fixed a problem where photo syncing could take far longer than it should. It also fixed an issue that could cause video previews to skip when viewed in the iTunes application, and fixed other stability and performance issues.

Along with the syncing and performance issue fixes, the update also patched a security flaw for Windows users where a man-in-the-middle attack when browsing the iTunes Store could lead to application crashes and unauthorized code execution.

The iTunes 10.2.2 update is free and available via Apple’s Software Update application, or as a downloadable installer at the Apple Web site.

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Comments

Khaled

Does not fix “slow backup” though :/

SirvonRohr

Almost feels like it takes longer.

bedwa

Part of “slow sync” syndrome is not synching as frequently as you should. I used to own a 3gs and an old p4 processor PC with a gig of ram and windows XP and only had issues when I had not synched for over a month.

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