Yes they interfere. It is not possible to install the copy trans (legacy iTunes libs) driver, when the latest iTunes downloaded from Apple is installed. The the copy trans driver contain libraries, that are also part of the latest iTunes version but of older date. iTunes will block the installation procedure.
I tested with the windows store version. The windows version as standalone is not sufficient to get the USB connection working. But i was able to install the copy trans driver next to it, resulting in a proper USB connection. But as the past showed any iTunes update could cause to make it disfunctional again.
For that reason we started to working on an alternativ solution, without the need to have acces to certain iTunes modules directly. You will still need to install an arbitrary iTunes version, that handles the iOS device discovery, but the connection and data transmission itself will be handled without iTunes.
The first beta server is already working in combination with the latest beta App that is waiting for Apple’s review.
So far the new USB connection is an early state. It can connect to one device, and it is required to start the mobile device App after starting the server. Being freed from iTunes comes at cost of using their convenient enviroment.
Many functionalities formerly provided by iTunes have to be implemented by us now. But we think it’s worth it considering the troubles since the beginning of touchAble.