Apple addressed what it calls "an issue with verification of Apple devices," with the latest version of iTunes 220.127.116.11, that’s, it now verifies that the Palm Pre is not one. Now, when a user with the newest version of iTunes selects Media Sync on his Pre, the device will show up as a USB mass storage device on the desktop, but not in iTunes. For these folks, third party media sync tools like doubleTwist and The Missing Sync are the only option for iTunes syncing. Mark/Space Inc, makers of The Missing Sync, remind the public that its software "utilizes APIs provided by Apple to properly and validly access music and pictures in iTunes and iPhoto," and can be purchased for $39.95.
Download: iTunes v18.104.22.168