Apple released a new version of iTunes late Thursday night, bringing the current version to iTunes 7.7.1.
While Apple is normally terse in describing its software updates, the new version of iTunes is the shortest in a while. According to the notes provided by the company, iTunes 7.7.1 "includes fixes to improve stability and performance."
iTunes was last updated the day before the launch of the iPhone. That update brought support for the iPhone 3G and the App Store. The release also supported Apple Remote, a new application that allows users to connect to their iTunes library or Apple TV from the iPhone or iPod touch.
iTunes 7.7.1 is available via the software update mechanism in Mac OS X.
This story, "Apple Releases ITunes 7.7.1" was originally published by Macworld.