iTunes Updates to 10.2, Now Supports iPad 2 and iOS 4.3

iTunes - 10.2, iOS 4.3Apple just released a new update for iTunes, taking it to version 10.2.  This comes right after the iPad 2 event yesterday, where Apple also announced the new version of iOS that will be available the same day the new iPad goes on sale in the U.S.



If you have iTunes installed already, it should prompt you for an update (assuming you have update notifications enabled).  This update adds in support for iOS 4.3 once it hits the App Store on March 11th; It also allows you to hook up a shiny new iPad 2 to iTunes.  Oh, and lets not forget – QuickTime is included free of charge!  Yay…/sarcasm.

iTunes 10.2 update

Suppose you don’t have iTunes on your computer, but you want the new version of iOS, or you need to sync up your fancy new iPad.   Just download it straight from Apple’s official website.  Keep in mind while doing so, that you are not obligated to enter your email address to start the download; though if you want to receive the Apple newsletter, this is an easy way to sign-up.

Download iTunes update email



  1. Carroll B. Merriman

    What’s some good apps 2 download for the ipad

  2. Tim

    I’ve asked this qioetusn before, but despite multiple added details, every answer fails to actually answer this. My apartment complex has been turning off the water nearly everyday. When I ask why they do it and if they can notify us, they say it is an “emergency repair”. They do not tell us more than that. Are they allowed to shut off the water without giving us a proper explanation? And if it really is an “emergency”, why would they do this so often?We did have a water heater changed earlier and someone mentioned that water valves could be being changed, but wouldn’t that be something they’d know they’re going to be doing the next day? Therefore, they should be able to notify us the night before.Also, I’ve been trying to find rights I have as a tenant in Colorado. If anyone is able to find an organized site that can give me that info, please?

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