iTunes 10.1 debuts, iOS 4.2 still MIA


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On Friday, iTunes 10.1 made a quiet debut on the Apple site. But the much more anticipated iOS 4.2 software upgrade was nowhere to be found.

The new iTunes version now supports the AirPlay technology, which can stream music, videos and other media to Apple TV and similar devices. It can also support syncing with iPhones, iPads and other iOS 4.2-equipped products.


That just leaves the actual operating system, which Apple has said it will release this month. The system will feature more than 100 new features, including multitasking, folders and printing, the company said.


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