Apple has released an update for iTunes, bringing the software to version 10.3.1 one day after issuing iTunes version 10.3. The newest edition of iTunes contains a beta version of iTunes in the Cloud which enables all iTunes purchases to be simultaneously synced and made available on all iOS devices.
Apple has not offered any information on what fixes are present in the iTunes 10.3.1 update but it is being speculated (by MacRumors) that the software update fixes a bug related to iOS device syncing. Some users of iTunes 10.3 have reported problems with iTunes syncing and the site speculates that these issues are addressed with the software update.
With Apple’s recently announced iCloud service, the company is in the process of revamping iTunes and, in combination with the new iOS operating system, is going to be offering wireless iOS device syncing and software updates over the air. Given the beta status of portions of iTunes 10.3, it is likely that the company will be making several other changes over the coming months as the wrinkles with the new features get ironed out.