Updating my ipod software
Users' libraries now include all media they have stored in their i Cloud account, along with any media unique to the device they are using.
Media files stored in the cloud don't need to be downloaded before playing, allowing a larger collection to be accessible without increased disk usage.
i Tunes lacked support for 64-bit versions of Windows until the 7.6 update on January 16, 2008.
i Tunes is currently supported under any 64-bit version of Windows, although the i Tunes executable was still 32-bit until version 12.1.
In this tutorial, we'll explain how to see when i Tunes last checked for updates on your i Pod nano, how to manually check for updates, and briefly explain the process of updating your i Pod (nano or otherwise) - this works quite similarly for all i Pod models, and the process is near fully automated.
When your i Pod nano is plugged in to your computer, load its profile in i Tunes by clicking on its name (it is listed in the left column, under "Devices").
The 64-bit versions of Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 are not supported by Apple, but a workaround has been devised for both operating systems.
At Apple, the developers simplified Sound Jam's user interface, added the ability to burn CDs, and removed the program's recording feature and skin support.
Initially conceived of as a simple music player, over time i Tunes developed into a sophisticated multimedia content manager, hardware synchronization manager and e-commerce platform.
Other minor changes included disabling the sidebar by default, and slightly altering the icon to match that of the Mac App Store better.
On October 16, 2014, Apple released i Tunes 12, with a redesigned icon and interface, inspired by OS X Yosemite.