There seems to be some problems with the latest iTunes software update, according to a Digital Trends report. The Apple 10.1.1 update was released with the intension of fixing crash issues. Apparently, it caused new ones instead.
It appears that once Apple (News - Alert) released the update for iTunes, users who had installed the update reported they were unable to open iTunes without the platform immediately quitting. This crash effectively locked these users out of iTunes.
A report in the Apple Insider shows that users received an error message after the crash that simply stated: “iTunes cannot be opened because of a problem. Check with the developer to make sure iTunes works with this version of Mac OS X. You may need to install any available updates for the application and Mac OS X.”
The issues addressed included a problem where music videos weren’t playing properly on Macs loaded with Nvidia GeForce 9400 or 9600 graphics cards; the program unexpectedly quitting when a playlist was deleted with the iTunes sidebar visible; iTunes crashing when syncing an iPod on PowerPC Macs; and music videos failing to sync at all to an iPod, iPad or iPhone (News - Alert).
A Macworld release highlights the release of a minor version bump to this latest release to provide a number of important bug fixes. Users everywhere are hoping this bump will be the needed adjustment to ensure iTune will now work....
Funny, a MAC product on a Mac OS on a MAC computer crashing. Is this the Bizzaro World?