Yes, absolutely. If you upgrading to the latest version of IOS you should always be on the latest version of iTunes too.Originally Posted by Blondey
You must have 10.5 in order to be assured of installing IOS5 successfully.
You can check for updates to iTunes from within the program. Just check the menu items. One of them will be "Check for Updates", and the rest should be automatic.
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Thanks Rich, whats FWIW ??