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The Telegraph reported in November 2011 that Apple had been aware of a security vulnerability since 2008 that would let unauthorized third parties install "updates" to users' i Tunes software.

The original i Phone smartphone required i Tunes for activation, and up until 2011, i Tunes was required for installing software updates for the company's i OS devices.

Newer i OS devices rely less on the i Tunes software, though it can still be used for backup and restoration of phone contents, as well as for the transfer of files between a computer and individual i OS applications.

On i OS, a dedicated App Store application served as the storefront for browsing, purchasing and managing applications, whereas i Tunes on computers had a dedicated section for apps rather than a separate app.

However, the following month, i Tunes 12.6.3 was also released, retaining the App Store, with 9to5Mac noting that the secondary release was positioned by Apple as "necessary for some businesses performing internal app deployments".

The Telegraph reported in November 2011 that Apple had been aware of a security vulnerability since 2008 that would let unauthorized third parties install "updates" to users' i Tunes software.The original i Phone smartphone required i Tunes for activation, and up until 2011, i Tunes was required for installing software updates for the company's i OS devices.Newer i OS devices rely less on the i Tunes software, though it can still be used for backup and restoration of phone contents, as well as for the transfer of files between a computer and individual i OS applications.On i OS, a dedicated App Store application served as the storefront for browsing, purchasing and managing applications, whereas i Tunes on computers had a dedicated section for apps rather than a separate app.However, the following month, i Tunes 12.6.3 was also released, retaining the App Store, with 9to5Mac noting that the secondary release was positioned by Apple as "necessary for some businesses performing internal app deployments".Options for sound optimizations exist, as well as ways to wirelessly share the i Tunes library.