Apple today released the iTunes 12.12.4 update for Windows, in which the new software added several security fixes to address security vulnerabilities.


According to Apple’s security support document for the new Windows version of iTunes, it includes fixes for AppleGraphicsControl, ImageIO, Mobile Device Service, WebKit, and more.

Apple hasn’t mentioned that the vulnerabilities are found in the wild, but iTunes for Windows users should update to the latest version when possible. There are no other external changes, as iTunes 12.12.4 focuses on improvements that are under the hood.

iTunes for Windows can be downloaded from the Microsoft Store or from the Apple website.

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