Last version to support Windows XP RTM and Service Pack 1 (32-bit).
Genius Sidebar and playlists, Grid View, HD TV shows, Shows capacity of Apps on i Phone/i Pod Touch on device summary tab, new default visualizer, more flexible podcast options and support for second generation i Pod Touch and 4th generation i Pod Nano.
i Tunes lacked support for 64-bit versions of Windows until the 7.6 update on January 16, 2008.
i Tunes is currently supported under any 64-bit version of Windows, although the i Tunes executable was still 32-bit until version 12.1.
United Kingdom and Germany) as well as security and stability fixes.
The social element Ping was also removed and replaced by increased Twitter and Facebook integration.
At the time of the purchase, Kincaid, Jeff Robbin and Dave Heller left Casady & Greene to continue development of the program as Apple employees.
At Apple, the developers simplified Sound Jam's user interface, added the ability to burn CDs, and removed the program's recording feature and skin support.
The 64-bit versions of Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 are not supported by Apple, but a workaround has been devised for both operating systems.
It also adds i Tunes LPs to the store, which gives additional media with an album.