Apple releases iTunes 7.0.2

Apple today released iTunes 7.0.2 which adds support for the Second Generation iPod shuffle and addresses a variety of stability and performance issues found in iTunes 7 and 7.0.1.

System Requirements:
• Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
• Windows 2000 (Service Pack 4 or later)
• Windows XP (latest Service Pack recommended)

More info and download link (25.5MB for the Mac version, 35.1MB for the Windows version)  here.

32 Comments

  1. He means that the artwork actually appears on all the albums when you scroll fast now. It doesn’t show empty albums that suddenly fill in their art on screen. I.e. it works as it is supposed to now!

  2. “He means that the artwork actually appears on all the albums when you scroll fast now. It doesn’t show empty albums that suddenly fill in their art on screen. I.e. it works as it is supposed to now!”

    sure do mean that, “scrolls like butter” ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”wink” style=”border:0;” /> lol

  3. v7.0 was one of the buggiest pieces of software I’ve seen from Apple in a long time.

    this version, so far so good…., library loads faster (no loading library status bar), cover flow significantly snappier, better scrolling through the list cover flow. lets see how it handles podcasts.

    my recommendation to Apple – call a beta a beta.

  4. Anyone know how to get rid of album covers which are not correct?

    I had an app. which put one album cover picture (all the same) on every tune which was blank, I can put the correct one in the area to the bottom left of the iTune window but the other one is there also …AAAARRRGGGHHHHH!

  5. Guess your right, coverflow does seem snappier now that you mention it. Apple caught such heat from 7.0. I’m glad to see them responding with updates relatively quickly. I never really had any issues itwh it in the first place, but any additional speed boost is welcome! But the Zune is going to squirt the iPod off the map. jk, ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”smile” style=”border:0;” />

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