Apple Warns iPod Users Against Using Vista … For Now

Itunesimage_1Here’s a quick warn­ing for our read­ers who enjoy lis­ten­ing to pod­casts on iPods.

From CNET:

“Apple has warned Win­dows users run­ning its iTunes soft­ware that they should wait for its next update before upgrad­ing their PCs to Microsoft­’s new Win­dows Vista oper­at­ing sys­tem.

The Cuper­ti­no, Calif.-based com­pa­ny cit­ed a vari­ety of com­pat­i­bil­i­ty issues that may cause fric­tion between the media play­er soft­ware, its accom­pa­ny­ing iPod play­er, and Vista. Among these prob­lems is an inabil­i­ty to play music or video pur­chased from the iTunes Store, prob­lems syn­chro­niz­ing address book con­tact and cal­en­dar func­tions, and slowed run­time. Addi­tion­al­ly, there is a chance that plug­ging an iPod into a com­put­er run­ning Vista may cor­rupt the device.”

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