Yesterday Apple unveiled its new iOS 13 and alongside it, macOS Catalina. Those brings a lot of improvements and finally the end of iTunes as we know it. The old app has been dissolved into three new ones - Music, Podcasts and TV - on the Mac.
On Windows, iTunes will live on, seemingly unchanged, for the foreseeable future. The news was delivered by Apple to Billboard editor Micah Singleton.
This means that iPhone users on Windows will need to live with the old app in order to access Apple Music, their apps and backups. There's no word on if and when Apple will release Music, Podcasts and TV on Windows.
Apple tells me iTunes will continue to exist in its current state on Windows, and the iTunes Music Store will be available in the sidebar in Finder on MacOS Catalina— Micah Singleton (@MicahSingleton) June 3, 2019
That doesn't really come as a surprise. Apple is well known for keeping its services close to the chest, with Apple Music being one of the few exceptions - it's available both on Windows (from the now-old iTunes app) and on Android (through a jerky, work-in-progress app).
just a thought....Maybe you should give up the subpar phone and live not trying to impress or please others for the sake of a green bubble....leave the dark side...IJS
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