Apple this morning has pushed out an update to its iTunes music player.

The new iTunes 7.2, weighing in at 29.2MB will, according to Apple allow users to purchase iTunes Plus music - new higher-quality, DRM-free music downloads from participating music labels.

The new tracks will have a 256kbps AAC encoding for audio quality and cost an additional 20 pence per song.

Apple has already announced, its launching the new iTunes Plus tracks with EMI’s digital catalogue of recordings, including singles and albums from Coldplay, The Rolling Stones, Norah Jones, Frank Sinatra, Joss Stone, Pink Floyd, John Coltrane and more than a dozen of Paul McCartney’s classic albums available on iTunes for the first time.

To activate the new songs from artists like Joss Stone, Coldplay, Norah Jones and The Good, The Bad & The Queen Album, the band that played at the Steve Jobs and EMI announcement, users have to update their account details to able able to see them.

Apple also used the software update to push its second security fix in as many weeks.

The company recommended all Mac users download the update to fix two holes in its QuickTime movie player.

More information can be found on the link below.