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I just upgraded my iPhone 4S the other day to the ios 6. When I went to sync it to my iTunes tonight to get my music, it told me that it needed iTunes 10.7. I said, fine, and went to download that. However iTunes 10.7 told me it needed Mac OS 10.6 or higher. Again, I said, alright, and went to download a software update... there are no software updates. I have no idea what to do. Help please? Thank you in advance!
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You can download 10.8 from Mac App Store, but can get Apple to sell you 10.7 if you call them on a USB drive. You need to have a compatible Mac for that first.

So tell us what Mac you have and we'll start from there..

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I have a Macbook Pro.. it's about 3 years old

If possible I would like to not have to pay for this... I haven't had to pay for any software for my Mac so why would they start now? I'd rather un-update my phone
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Mountain Lion costs $29.99 and Lion costs $69.99 on USB. If that's too rich for you, then you can Google instructions on going back to an older version of iOS..

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If your Mac is only 3 yrs old then you should have OS X Snow Leopard 10.6 already - you need to update it to 10.6.8, which would be free, to install iTunes 10.7

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