Tuesday May 10, 2005 2:55 am
iTunes 4.8 Released - Now With Embedded Movie Support
Apple has released the latest version of the iTunes jukebox software today, version 4.8. They don’t seem to be making a big deal about this one, which is a rarity for Apple. In fact, this is how Apple describes the new software:
iTunes 4.8 includes new Music Store features and support for transferring contacts and calendars from your computer to your iPod (requires Mac OS X version 10.4 on your computer).
The contacts and calendar syncing to the iPod is a nice feature. I personally feel that the iPod photo handles this the best, at least as far as the visual aspect goes. While it’s great, Apple does not mention the fact that iTunes can now catalog and play videos stored locally on your PC instead of just those housed on the iTunes Music Store. Of course, speculation is now running rampant that this could mean that Apple will begin selling movies through the iTunes interface, turning it into a full media store. Even more, since iTunes is so tightly integrated with the iPod, could this mean that an iPod that supports video playback is near?
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