Apple pushes out iTunes 7.3

The update to Apple's jukebox software, as expected, adds support for synching with an iPhone.

As expected, Apple on Friday issued iTunes 7.3, which adds support for that ringy thingy that hits the market today.

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The software contains a link in its help section to the iPhone manual, but when I went to check it out it was a dead link. I'm leaving the link here, because I assume at some point Friday it will be live.

There is also an iPhone tab in the preferences page. But if, like me, you don't have the super-gadget, all you get is a painful reminder that you are leading an iPhoneless existence.

"The following iPhones are backed up on this computer," the window reads, followed by a desolate white screen.

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