Apple also confirmed the availability of iTunes Match in the U.S., with the following announcement on their iTunes page. iTunes Match syncs users’ music to iCloud for $24.99 a year. Unlimited songs can be synced and doesn’t affect iCloud storage, but only songs that are available on iTunes can be synced.
Even though it is available to the public, Apple is still labeling iTunes Match as a beta product. Developers who tested Match will still receive a free three months with a year subscription.
Today, Apple has also released a Thunderbolt Software Update that addresses random black screens on the Thunderbolt Display and brings improvements to other Thunderbolt devices. Hit up Software Update to download.
- Apple seeds iTunes 10.5.1 beta 3 with fixes to continue iTunes Match testing (9to5mac.com)
- iTunes Match libraries to be wiped tomorrow, November 12th as launch nears (9to5mac.com)
- Apple seeds iTunes 10.5.1 beta to developers with iTunes Match beta (9to5mac.com)
- Apple releases iTunes 10.5.1 Beta 2 to developers, featuring iTunes Match for Apple TV (9to5mac.com)
- As launch nears, Apple plans iTunes Match iCloud library reset for Sept. 26 (9to5mac.com)
- Apple fails to keep promise of launching iTunes Match by end of October (9to5mac.com)