The iTunes Store will remain the same as it is today, but it will no longer be a part of iTunes, the application - it will now reside in the (improved) Sidebar in the Apple Music app. That goes for playlists and smart playlists you've created in iTunes too.
The new policy changes will significantly impact operators who offer real money games via the Apple App store. But don't worry-Apple Music will automatically import your existing music libraries from iTunes, including any music you imported from CDs or MP3s.
This last note has nothing to do with iPadOS, but Apple finally made the touchscreen Mac you've always wanted.
Perhaps one of the most pressing questions people had when they heard about the imminent death of iTunes was how would they be able to sync their devices, including iPhones, iPads and iPods. This will open a new opportunity for app developers to integrate such features as hashing, key generation, and encryption.
It's a lot to take in, especially after the rollercoaster of emotions Apple has put us on with the demise of iTunes and the release of a new iPod Touch. That will all move to Finder, the file management app that's available on every Mac.
Apple says the idea is to tone down the light given off from your phone, especially in low-light settings, like when you're scrolling through apps in bed late at night or early in the morning.
This is especially the case with the rise of music streaming platforms such as Spotify and Apple Music.
Nope! According to a press release issued after the live announcement, "users will have access to their entire music library, whether they downloaded the songs, purchased them, or ripped them from a CD".