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Apple pushes iTunes 10.5 beta 8 to developers, release version nears

iTunes 10.5 beta 8

We’re only (presumably) a few weeks away from Apple’s Fall iOS event, and the company seems to be getting most of its ducks in a row. Apple has just released iTunes 10.5 beta 8 for developers, and it contains support for iTunes Match like the previous beta. Sorry iPhone devs — no iOS 5 beta 8 just yet. Apple notes the following issues with the latest iTunes beta:

  • Songs in unsupported formats will not be uploaded to iCloud at this time.
  • The scan & match feature is not yet complete.
  • Some songs may not match (even if they is available in the iTunes Store) and will be uploaded to iCloud.
  • Other songs may match to a different version of the same song on the iTunes Store.
  • You can only add music to iCloud from more than one computer at a time.
  • After updating to iOS 5 beta 7, your music may fail to play.  If this happens, turn of
  • Songs in unsupported formats will not be uploaded to iCloud at this time.
  • The scan & match feature is not yet complete.
  • Some songs may not match (even if they is available in the iTunes Store) and will be uploaded to iCloud.
  • Other songs may match to a different version of the same song on the iTunes Store.
  • You can only add music to iCloud from more than one computer at a time.
  • After updating to iOS 5 beta 7, your music may fail to play.  If this happens, turn off iTunes Match in Settings > Music, and turn it back on.

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