Updating zune recent plays
The original and main focus of i Tunes is music, with a library offering organization, collection, and storage of users' music collections.
It can be used to rip songs from CDs, as well as play content with the use of dynamic, smart playlists.
"Smart playlists" are a set of playlists that can be set to automatically filter the library based on a customized list of selection criteria, much like a database query.
Multiple criteria can be entered to manage the smart playlist.
Apple fixed the issue prior to the Telegraphs report, and told the media that "The security and privacy of our users is extremely important", though this was questioned by security researcher Brian Krebs, who told the publication that "A prominent security researcher warned Apple about this dangerous vulnerability in mid-2008, yet the company waited more than 1,200 days to fix the flaw".
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When users rip content from a CD, i Tunes attempts to match songs to the Gracenote service.
For self-published CDs, or those from obscure record labels, i Tunes will normally only list tracks as numbered entries ("Track 1", "Track 2") on an unnamed album by an unknown artist, requiring manual input of data.
The Telegraph reported in November 2011 that Apple had been aware of a security vulnerability since 2008 that would let unauthorized third parties install "updates" to users' i Tunes software.
On i OS, a dedicated App Store application served as the storefront for browsing, purchasing and managing applications, whereas i Tunes on computers had a dedicated section for apps rather than a separate app.
However, the following month, i Tunes 12.6.3 was also released, retaining the App Store, with 9to5Mac noting that the secondary release was positioned by Apple as "necessary for some businesses performing internal app deployments".
Then-CEO Steve Jobs told the press that "We’re doing for video what we’ve done for music — we’re making it easy and affordable to purchase and download, play on your computer, and take with you on your i Pod".
In January 2010, Apple announced the i Pad tablet, and along with it, a new app for it called i Books.The app allowed users to purchase e-books from the i Tunes Store, manage them through i Tunes, and transfer the content to their i Pad.In 2008, Apple introduced native mobile apps for its i OS operating system.For music the user owns, such as content ripped from CDs, the company introduced "i Tunes Match", a feature that can upload content to Apple's servers, match it to its catalog, change the quality to 256kbps AAC format, and make it available to other devices.