Apple Kills iTunes, Breaks It Into Three Dedicated Apps For macOS
iTunes is dead. Apple announced today at its WWDC 2019 keynote that it is breaking iTunes into three separate macOS apps: Podcasts, Music, and TV. The change will be implemented with the release of macOS 10.15. The new change definitely makes sense for macOS since it has been implemented on iOS for years. Let's dive in to see some more details on the matter.
iTunes is Dead: Replaces It With Three Dedicated Music, TV and Podcast app
iTunes has always been a hub for users where they can download all their music and movies in one place. However, the platform is outdated with new mediums making their way. Henceforth, the decision to remove iTunes in place of three dedicated apps is justified.
The three new apps feature colorful sidebars and easy to use clear menus compared to iTunes. Apple Music is focused on Music alone offering personalized recommendations. Podcasts work in a similar manner which provides a dedicated listening experience. The TV app will house the company's exclusive video content along with other providers including HBO, ShowTime and more. It also supports video in 4K HDR and Dolby Atmos audio.
As can be sensed with the company's ongoing attempts to promote its services as well as adding more to the mix, Apple wants to make everything more seamless. This ultimately bolsters the sale of the company's hardware.
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