iTunes 9.2.1 Update Released: New Features and Fixes

The latest software update brings several enhancements and fixes to improve user experience. Notably, it deactivates older, incompatible third-party plugins and resolves minor glitches related to item drag-and-drop functionalities.

Additionally, it enhances performance during initial syncs with certain devices and rectifies issues encountered during upgrades to iOS 4 on an iPhone or iPod touch, especially those with encrypted backups. The update also addresses various stability and performance issues.

Enhancements include improved syncing with iPhone 4, support for reading books on iOS devices using iBooks 1.1, and the ability to organize and sync PDF documents as books.

Users can now also organize apps on their iOS 4 home screens directly through iTunes. The update promises faster backups during iPhone and iPod touch syncs and improves the speed at which album artwork loads in the library.

Details on the security features of this update are available from Apple’s Support page.

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