Apple on Thursday released iTunes 10.1.2, a stability and performance update for everyone's favorite media-playing / iOS-device-syncing / app-shopping tool.

The company's characteristically terse release notes say only that "iTunes 10.1.2 provides a number of important stability and performance improvements."

Interestingly, however, TUAW reports that the release notes include specific mention of the fact that 10.1.2 adds support for syncing "with iPhone 4 (CDMA model)."

We don't see that in Apple's release notes now, but other sites--including AppleInsideripodnn, and 9 to 5 Mac--apparently saw the CDMA-referencing notes, too.

We don't know why the release notes for this iTunes update apparently changed; Apple didn't immediately respond to Macworld's request for comment. The company's CDMA iPhone will debut on Verizon on February 10.

The update requires Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard or later.