iTunes 4.6

iTunes 4.6 is now available for Mac OS X and Windows 2000 and XP.

As expected when Apple announced AirPort Express (base station), iTunes 4.6 features AirTunes.

iTunes 4.6 includes support for playing your music wirelessly using AirPort Express with AirTunes. It also includes a number of other minor enhancements.

iTunes 4.6 is available from
http://www.apple.com/itunes/
OR
Software Update from your Apple menu.

> discuss iTuens 4.6 with us.

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System requirements iTunes 4.6 requires Mac OS X version 10.1.5 or later (Mac OS X version 10.3.4 is recommended). Music sharing and DVD burning require Mac OS X version 10.2.4 or later, and AAC encoding requires QuickTime 6.2 or later. AirPort Express with AirTunes requires Mac OS X version 10.3 or later. To use music purchased from the iTunes Music Store in iLife '04, you need to have QuickTime 6.5.1 and the latest iLife software updates installed. 256 MB RAM is recommended.

Make sure you have the latest update of Mac OS X, QuickTime, and iLife. Get the latest update by choosing Apple menu > System Preferences, then clicking Software Update, and then Update Now or Check Now. After you install an update, it's a good idea to click Update Now or Check Now again to make sure you've gotten all the latest versions. To get the latest upgrade to Mac OS X, visit www.apple.com/macosx.

To create audio or MP3 CDs with iTunes, you need an internal Apple CD-RW drive. To back up your music to a DVD, you need an internal Apple SuperDrive. Some third-party CD-RW and DVD-RW drives may also work.

If you plan to listen to music previews or buy music from the iTunes Music Store, a DSL, cable modem, or local area network (LAN) Internet connection is recommended.

What's new in iTunes 4.6
iTunes 4.6 includes support for playing your music wirelessly using AirPort Express with AirTunes. It also includes a number of other minor enhancements.

A note about copyright
This software may be used to reproduce materials. It is licensed to you only for reproduction of non-copyrighted materials, materials in which you own the copyright, or materials you are authorized or legally permitted to reproduce. If you are uncertain about your right to copy any material, contact your legal advisor.


Posted by Antony at June 10, 2004 11:13 AM

>> more MacCentre701 June 2004 reports.