Apple released their much awaited music-in-the-cloud service, iTunes Match, approximately one month ago in the United States. The $24.99 price tag came along with a product that differed slightly from the cloud services of Amazon and Google. Apple’s pitch was that uploading music to the cloud would be a breeze. Once purchased, the service would scan your iTunes library and match songs that Apple already had available on their servers. No uploading required.
Apple has finally released iTunes 10.5.1 for both Windows and Mac to the public - the Cupertino company's shrine for iDevices far and wide.
Apple has just released an update to their popular media player program iTunes. The update, numbered at 10.5.1 Beta 2 for developers, brings support for iTunes Match on Apple TV (10.5.1 Beta 1 brought it for iOS devices) which scans your music library and can match tracks with tracks in the iTunes Store.
We are getting closer and closer to the release of iOS 5 it seems, as Apple has declared that all iTunes Match data on iCloud will be wiped out on September 26th.