Apple has released iTunes 9.1 overnight. The latest update to its jukebox software offers complete syncing for the iPad, which is coming out in the US this weekend.
Cupertino says the tweak means you’ll be able to tickle your iBooks and get them into the right order in iTunes before shovelling them onto your iPad. That’s if you live Stateside: iBooks isn’t due to land here for the foreseeable.
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It also comes with beefed up powers for rearranging your Genius Mixes on your Mac or PC before syncing them to your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch.
However, Apple has not stated whether this addresses a raft of complaints about iTunes 9’s struggles with iPod syncing. Apple’s discussion boards are chock full of angry members saying that their music players have been bricked since iTunes 9’s initial release. Want to find out if it solves those woes? Then hit up the link below.