In preparation for the release of iOS 5 tomorrow, like clockwork – Apple has issued the update to iTunes to bring it up to version 10.5. The update brings some new features to the iOS device-syncing app that will make it work with iOS 5. iTunes 10.5 introduces iCloud, automatic downloads, the ability to download previous music, TV, app and book purchases again at no additional cost (though some purchases might not be available due to them being removed from the Store).
iTunes 10.5 also introduces WiFi-syncing (hurray!) which finally eliminates the needs for cables. iOS devices can automatically sync with iTunes every time they’re on the same network. Download iTunes 10.5 from the Apple website, or follow the instructions in the Apple software updater. Excited for iOS 5 tomorrow?
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