Announced at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) yesterday, which runs from 3rd to 7th June, Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed rumours surrounding the retirement of iTunes.
Speaking at the WWDC, Tim Cook shared that the change will arrive with new macOS 10.15, named Catalina, due in September.
Although iOS users will be familiar with Apple’s Music, Podcast and TV apps, the three separate apps will now replace iTunes on desktop software.
Apple has confirmed users with iTunes downloads will still be able to access these following the update.
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