The Apple music apps iTunes may be finally be closing the end of its life. 9to5Mac and a tweet from iPhone developer Steven Troughton-Smith explain the new version of macOS, version 10.5, which will separate with iTunes into different apps of music, podcasts and also TV.
I am now fairly confident based on evidence I don't wish to make public at this point that Apple is planning new (likely UIKit) Music, Podcasts, perhaps even Books, apps for macOS, to join the new TV app. I expect the four to be the next wave of Marzipan apps. Grain of salt, etc
— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) April 5, 2019
Apple introduced iTunes in 2001 with allowed people to organize their digital collection and add new music to iPods before the music streaming services with Wi-Fi syncing to enhance the consumers.
Moreover, many times all of the media that agree to it’s just swollen to be supportable. The sensible step forward for Apple is to create separate, more elegant apps that can more effectively to deal with customer’s media.
Last month Apple already confirmed its TV app that will arrive on the Mac this fall. And you’ll be an ability to access Apple’s new TV+ streaming service, along with movies and TV shows for rent or purchase and pay for TV subscriptions. At this moment Apple and Podcasts and Apple Music are convenient via iTunes on macOS.
According to 9to5Mac Apple’s developing technology that allows apps to be developed and run smoothly across the iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
But it doesn’t regret iTune just yet and the program will remain in macOS 10. 15. Since Apple needs to realize how to sync in iPhone and iPods with the Mac.
Hope you learn more details about Apple’s Worldwide Developers’ Conference (WWDC) in June.