When Vista arrived, Apple was on the support lines again trying to get to the bottom of issues related to iTunes dying when users upgraded. Despite a fix released shortly after the discovery of the issue, it seems that not all users could be helped. It looks like two months later, the problems are still there, and now there are reports of iPods corrupting when ejecting themselves from Microsoft’s new flagship OS.

Apple removed that outright warning from its Web site on Monday and stated instead that the updated iTunes is recommended for use with most editions of Windows Vista. But Apple also conceded that some glitches, including possible corruption of a user’s iPod player upon ejection from a PC, remain.

If you ask me, I think someone is just upset about those Mac and PC commercials. Revenge is sweet.

Source: Washington Post

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