Apple has released another update to its iTunes software, dubbed version 10.2.2. This update focuses on “important” bug fixes, and doesn’t bring any notable new features. The changes Apple has documented with this new release are as follows:
Addresses an issue where iTunes may become unresponsive when syncing an iPad.
Resolves an issue which may cause syncing photos with iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to take longer than necessary.
Fixes a problem where video previews on the iTunes Store may skip while playing.
Addresses other issues that improve stability and performance.
An iTunes update that will actually bring new features doesn’t look like it’ll be showing up anytime soon, as we’ll probably have to wait for an announcement of the next major iOS release (likely to be iOS 5) before that time comes. For now, bug fixes are always helpful, so be sure to grab iTunes 10.2.2 from Software Update or Apple’s web site.
Yet again, iOS hacker MuscleNerd has stated via his Twitter that the new version of iTunes is safe for jailbreakers as well as unlockers using their iDevices on unofficial carriers, through the following tweet: “iTunes 10.2.2 confirmed safe for JBers (DFU, saved SHSHs, syncing). Safe for ultrasn0w and recent IMEI unlockers too.”