The digital-music subscription service trims its work force by 15 percent, or about 30 employees, including its president.
Apple is actively updating and refining its software and services in preparation for the iCloud release next month, and issued new builds of iCloud, iPhoto, and OS X today.
Some users are finding that after updating to iTunes 10.1, their music is playing entirely in mono sound.
An update to iTunes is available, which is basically a security update to address an issue where a maliciously crafted website could lead to the application quitting or arbitrary code being executed. According to Apple's knowlegebase article on the security content of the update, the bug at hand occurs when a buffer overflow in the handling of iTunes URLs (itpc) is exploited.
A number of people are reporting an issue with the latest iTunes 9.2 update, where after installing it the Finder no longer displays album artwork for songs when previewing them in a Finder window.
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iTunes 9.2 is available for download, ahead of the release of the new iPhone so features specific to that device will be functional when it arrives. Beyond this, the update addresses problems with album artwork displaying slowly, and includes a few new features such as syncing PDF documents as books, and organizing iOS4 apps into folders. Since iTunes 9.2 will be required for use with the new iPhone, if you are planning on upgrading your phone you might consider getting the software installed and ensure everything works on that end before upgrading your hardware.
Latest update to the music software includes new features in Apple's latest iPhone and iPod Touch software, like folders and PDF syncing.