“The consensus amongst most early iTunes 7.0 adopters is that the software release — dubbed by Apple chief executive Steve Jobs as the most significant update to iTunes yet — is not the company’s best work,” AppleInsider reports.
“Users around the Web and on Apple’s support forums are reporting an assortment of quality issues since updating to the new version — released last week — such as frequent crashes, poor audio quality and interface graphics anomalies. New gapless playback technology is being blamed for the majority of the bugs,” AppleInsider reports.
AppleInsider reports,” People with ties to Apple say the Cupertino, Calif.-based company is well aware of the matter and that it’s toiling feverishly to rectify the issues. It hopes to release an update to both the Mac and PC versions of the jukebox software — presumably iTunes 7.0.1 — as soon as possible, those people say.”
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