Arriving as a minor update to its media suite, Apple last night pushed out iTunes 10.5.2 to the public. Carrying “several improvements” for its iTunes Match service, this version of iTunes also addresses an audio distortion issue, which Apple says could arise when “playing or importing certain CDs.”
iTunes 10.5.2 includes several improvements for iTunes Match and fixes an audio distortion problem when playing or importing certain CDs.
The release of iTunes 10.5.2 follows the previous release of iTunes 10.5.1 on November 14, which included support for the following features:
- iTunes Match. Store your entire music library in iCloud, including music you’ve imported from CDs, and enjoy your collection anywhere, anytime, on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, computer, or Apple TV.
- iTunes in the Cloud. iTunes now stores your music and TV purchases in iCloud and makes them available on your devices anywhere, any time, at no additional cost.
- Automatic Downloads. Purchase music from any device or computer and automatically download a copy to your Mac and iOS devices.
- Download Previous Purchases. Download your past music, TV, app, and book purchases again, at no additional cost. Previous purchases may be unavailable if they are no longer on the iTunes Store.
- Sync with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 5.
- Wi-Fi Syncing. Automatically sync your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iTunes any time they’re both on the same Wi-Fi network.
You can grab the update from right now, by heading to iTunes.com.