macOS 10.15 Screenshots Leaked, Shows Music and TV Apps

May 30, 2019
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Ahead of Apple's WWDC 2019 event, we previously got to see a glimpse of the Dark Mode incorporated in iOS 13 along with some other bits. Now, it seems the streak has stretched to macOS 10.15. That's right 9to5mac has now released new screenshots of macOS 10.15 which appears to show the Music and TV apps to be part of the platform. Let's see some more details on what the leaked screenshots showcase.

macOS 10.15 Leaked Screenshots Show New Music and TV App

As per the leaked screenshots, it seems there will be new Music and TV apps part of the mix. In addition, both apps share similar design characteristics featuring a sidebar for various categories and a main white section to display the relevant information.

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It was previously reported that maOS 10.15 will come with a new Music app accompanying iTunes. The app is said to features content from Apple Music along with user's local libraries. In addition to this, the app will also be able to sync contents from the iPhone or iPads. If we connect all the dots, it looks like the Music app will replace iTunes in macOS.

Apart from the Music app, the new TV app will provide access to Apples's subscription-based TV+ service. The sidebar in the new app will categorize content and the main area will display the relevant information. Since the TV app is already available on iOS, Apple will move the service to macOS as well as to ensure a seamless transition between devices.

That's all we know for now about the leaked images and official details will be released by the company in the coming days, so we hope that you stick around for the full coverage. This is only a single aspect of macOS 10.15, there's will be a boatload of other details as well.

This is all for now, folks. What are your thoughts on the matter? Do you think macOS 10.15 will be a major update? Share your views with us in the comments.

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