This a rather comical way to begin your workday, so sit back and listen to this 100% true (but glorified by myself for intrigue and additional comedic value) story. A man like many other, married and iPad 2-less, went out to purchase an iPad 2. The details of the torturous
Not satisfied with the previous version, Apple has decided that rather than simply release an update, they have re-released iTunes 8 for Windows. The move follows numerous complaints from Windows Vista users who reported getting consistent blue screen of death errors when connecting an iPod or iPhone to iTunes.
Apple has released an official fix for the blue screen of death issue that Windows Vista users have been having when plugging an iPhone or iPod into iTunes 8. Support article TS2280 titled "iTunes 8: If Windows Vista displays a blue screen error message when connecting iPhone or iPod"
Steve promised a lot of cool new features with iTunes 8, but Windows Vista users that upgraded to the new version were in for an unpleasant surprise. Users on the Apple Discussions running the latest 'doze in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions are reporting getting nothing less then the blue screen of death each time they plug in their iPhone or iPod.