On Thursday, Apple released its iTunes 10.1.2. This is known to be a permanence and performance update for everyone’s favorite media-playing / iOS-device-syncing / app-shopping tool.
According to the Apple’s short release note, “iTunes 10.1.2 provides a number of important stability and performance improvements.” The update’s “Read before You Install iTunes” document purposely reveals that 10.1.2 also adds support for syncing “with iPhone 4 (CDMA model).”
The document however will only be seen if you download new version from Apple iTunes site. This document cannot be seen when you download it through software update. The company will launch its CDMA iPhone on Verizon on February 10. The update calls for Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard or later.