Apple iTunes 10.5 Unveiled Ahead of iOS 5 and iCloud Roll Out

October 12, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After the unveiling of the Apple iPhone 4S, all you iFans out there have been looking forward to the launch of the iOS 5, iCloud and iTunes 10.5. Even as everyone of you were keenly observing the moves of the Cupertino-based technology giant, Apple just thought of surprising every one by releasing iTunes 10.5 ahead of the other features.

The iTunes 10.5 launch was expected sometime soon though, as we had earlier seen a device list that had the iPhone 4S and others in which latest version of iTunes was to be featured.

The new iTunes 10.5 comes with options for purchase, rent and download of music, TV shows. It also sports capabilities to play on Apple TV, AirPlay Wi-Fi devices, social network for music and more. It comes with support for apps such as Kindle, Netflix, iBooks, Google Earth and many others.

iTunes 10.5 has been revealed with a slew of enhancements that will surely impressive the Apple freak in you. You will be able to store and access music and TV purchases from iCloud anytime you like, with no extra costs whatsoever.

Once a purchase is made, it will automatically download a copy of the music you bought to your PC and iOS devices. You can also download the previously purchased music, TV, apps and books at no additional cost.

It also lets you to directly synchronize with the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, via iOS 5. Through the same Wi-Fi network, you can always connect your devices with iTunes 10.5 too. The latest iTunes version does not depend on QuickTime Player.

iTunes 10.5 for the Mac and the PC version is now available for download in the Apple website. Head here if you are so keen on owning the service. In the meantime, stay tuned for the iOS 5 and iCloud which have started their journey towards you.

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