This 18-year-old Apple app may be on its ‘way out’

Apple Reportedly Bringing Apple Music, Apple TV Apps to the Mac

Apple rumored to split up iTunes in forthcoming MacOS release

Using Marzipan, Apple will be able to offer an iOS-like experience for things like Apple Music, and the new Apple TV on the Mac.

The fact that the world has largely gone mobile and it seems like iTunes on the Mac has steadily become a bloated mess.

The news comes from developer Steve Troughton Smith who has shared some details on Twitter about Apple's plans. Because of this, the apps will share similar interfaces to what you'd find on the iPad. Apple is reportedly set to break up the iTunes software into separate Music, TV, and Podcasts apps in the next version of macOS. The folks over at 9to5Mac have also managed to unearth the app icons for the standalone TV and Podcasts app which will be a part of macOS 10.15.

Following recent rumors of Apple potentially breaking off Apple Music, Podcasts, and other service from iTunes, it appears the Cupertino brand has updated the web version for a cleaner, more streamlined, and easier to navigate layout.

More than 18 years after its launch and the revolution it brought in the music industry, iTunes might cease to exist as we know it. There will be a major redesign on the Books app, in which it is said to slightly resemble the Apple News app as it will have a sidebar and a narrower title bar for its different tabs. It's the same platform Apple used to make the News app on Mac. The TV app, of course, would be a place for Apple's upcoming Apple TV Plus service to live, and the Podcasts app would get podcasts, of course. As always, if you have any thoughts, feel free to sound them off in the comments section below!

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