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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