Apple Getting Ready to Kill Off iTunes App

Apple considering a potential demise of the iTunes app isn’t a new thing, but according to a new report, the company is actually very close to making the final step in this regard.

Bloomberg says Apple would retire iTunes as soon as this year, and the very first confirmation in this regard could be offered at WWDC next week.

iTunes, which will first go dark on macOS, but then expect to get the ax on Windows too, will be replaced by a total of three standalone apps called Music, TV, and Podcasts. By the looks of things, Apple hopes to create more consistency on its platforms, so the firm wants its desktop offering to come in line with the one on the iPhone.

The Windows plans

There’s a lot we don’t know at this point, but Apple kil… (read more)

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