Apple Addresses Stability and Performance Issues with iTunes 9.1.1
Article by George Norman
On 29 Apr 2010
Cupertino-based software developer Apple has recently updated its digital media player iTunes. After the release of iTunes 9.1 last month, the company has now released iTunes version 9.1.1. The update weighs in at some 100MB by the way, about the same as a full, new download of iTunes. Do not expect to get any new features from iTunes 9.1.1 because the update doesn’t bring any new features to the table.

What the iTunes 9.1.1 updated does instead is fix a few stability and performance problems that were plaguing the application. Here is what you can expect iTunes 9.1.1 to fix, as detailed by Apple:


- Addresses several stability issues with VoiceOver
- Addresses a usability issue with VoiceOver and Genius Mixes
- Addresses issues with converting songs to 128 kbps AAC while syncing
- Addresses other issues that improve stability and performance

If you would like to get iTunes 9.1.1, you can grab it straight from Apple here. If you’re already using iTunes, you can manually check for updates. In this regard you need only click on Help -> Check for Updates. The update requires Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later, Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista (32-bit or 64-bit), or Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit).

The previous iTunes version, mainly iTunes 9.1, came with the following new features and improvements:
Rename, rearrange and remove Genius Mixes. The feature that puts together a playlist composed of songs it thinks go well together was introduced in iTunes 9.0.
Organize and sync books downloaded from iBooks on iPad or added to the iTunes library.
Sync iTunes with iPad to enjoy your favorite music, movies, TV shows, books and more on the go

iTunes 9.1 also came with fixes to a grand total of 7 security vulnerabilities. You can read more about these vulnerabilities here.

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