Apple releases iTunes 10.4, 64-bit, Lion-compatible
Apple has released iTunes 10.4, with 64-bit support and Mac OS X compatibilit
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This is indeed a big day for the Mac and OS X. I was worried about lack of connectivity on the MacBook Air haha...What a kick in the pants, as when you hook up the Air to the new ThunderBolt Cinema Display, besides the three USB ports, you get a ThunderBolt, a FireWire 800 and an Gigabit Ethernet! HAHA...All over just the ThunderBolt cable. Now I GOTS to have that setup! Because the Mac...IS all that.
No you don't need a mac. You don't need to throw away the vast amount of useless information you've absorbed to counteract all of the crazy problems you get with over-coded software bloat. All of the stupid hardware tricks to eek out a little more performance that approaches what you were initially promised when you bought the component. Yes, on those rare moments when you and the PC are on the same page, it's a fine day. But some people actually have a life.