Apple is braking up iTunes in macOS Catalina, but the company made it clear that iTunes for Windows will not be taken any harm in its desktop software.
Not everyone who has an iPhone has a Mac, and Windows users who were used to move their podcasts and music from a Windows computer were left hanging after Apple announced the death of iTunes at Apple’s event WWDC 2019.
The current application, allows both macOS and Windows users to purchase and manage their podcasts, music, TV shows, movies and e-books from Apple. In macOS Catalina, though, the whole application will be split into a more focused Apple Music, Apple Podcasts, Apple Books and Apple TV apps.
For Windows, there won’t be a split into these four applications. Instead, iTunes will keep being a one-stop shop for all interactions with Apple.
This means that Windows users will not have to learn a new system of iTunes to use. They will still manage the same software until they get a new design in the dark future.
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