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The current version of i Tunes enables users to manage media content, create playlists, synchronize media content with handheld devices including the i Pod, i Phone and i Pad, re-image and update handheld devices, stream Internet radio and purchase music, films, television shows, audiobooks and applications via the i Tunes Store.

Apple released version 1.0 of the program under a new name, "i Tunes", on January 9, 2001, at Macworld San Francisco.Macintosh users immediately began poking through i Tunes's resource fork, where they discovered numerous strings and other resources that indicated that i Tunes was a re-engineered Sound Jam MP.At the time of the purchase, Kincaid, Jeff Robbin and Dave Heller left Casady & Greene to continue development of the program as Apple employees.At Apple, the developers simplified Sound Jam's user interface, added the ability to burn CDs, and removed the program's recording feature and skin support.

Casady & Greene ceased distribution of Sound Jam MP on June 1, 2001 at the request of the developers.Introduced at Macworld 2005 with the new i Pod Shuffle, Version 4.7.1 introduced the ability to convert higher-bitrate songs to 128kbit/s AAC automatically, as these devices did not natively support audio encoded in AIFF or Apple Lossless formats, also improving the value proposition of the Shuffle's limited flash-only storage.