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Apple announces it's getting rid of iTunes

Apple Will Phase Out iTunes

Apple tested the process internally with macOS 10.14 by porting native iPad apps such as Stocks, News, and Home to the Mac; with macOS 10.15 Catalina, developers will be able to get in on the action.

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Apple also demonstrated its next-generation mobile software iOS 13 at the WWDC, which had new features including improved Siri functionality, as well as a new Mac Pro. Management of connected iOS devices will now be done through the Finder.

"iOS 13 brings new capabilities to the apps you use every day, with rich updates to Photos and Maps, and privacy-protecting features like Sign In with Apple, all while delivering faster performance", Mr Federighi said.

The feature that will excite most iPad users - especially those who rely on it for work - is support for multiple window apps. "And with new developer technologies, users will see more great third-party apps arrive on the Mac this fall".

Apple's latest OS for its iPhones, iOS 13, will include a new system-wide darker interface or "Dark Mode". Worry not, Apple says in a press release announcing macOS Catalina: "Users will have access to their entire music library, whether they downloaded the songs, purchased them or ripped them from a CD".

With exciting new features and new ways to use the Apple Watch with your Mac, it is tempting to install the watchOS beta, but it is not as easy of a decision as testing macOS or iOS betas. With Catalina, Apple is looking to change up several things, but one of the biggest new additions is the Sidecar feature, which allows users to connect their iPads with their Macs and use it as a second screen. Namely; Apple Music, Apple Podcasts and Apple TV. It also revealed that going forward, the iPad will run a special variation, called iPadOS.

Indeed, iTunes for Windows is here to stay, for now at least.

Again, this is available to developers straight away with a public beta from next month. As Apple vice president of software engineering, Craig Federighi, joked on Monday, the app now does so much that it's nearly a mini-operating system in its own right. You can find more details on what Apple has planned for iTunes over on Business Insider.

The innovations come as Apple shifts to emphasize digital content and other services to offset a pullback in the once-sizzling smartphone market, and with many news organizations struggling to monetize their online services.

That debate will be settled when we see the first wave of Catalyst apps for macOS.

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