Yes, Apple just killed iTunes - here's what that means for your library of music, movies, and TV shows
- Apple is nixing the iTunes app in the next version of its Mac software, it announced at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference.
- With macOS Catalina, the contents of iTunes will now be split up between three apps: Apple Music, Apple Podcasts, and Apple TV.
- Here's what will happen to your library of music, movies, podcasts, and shows.
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It's official: iTunes is dead.Apple announced on Monday at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference that the standalone iTunes app will be killed off when the company rolls out its new software for Macs this fall. Advertisement
Under macOS Catalina, as the new version of the Mac operating system is called, Apple will nix iTunes in favor of three apps: Apple Music, Apple Podcasts, and Apple TV.
For die-hard iTunes users - the people who have been storing music, movies, and shows in there for years and have an extensive library built up - this might sound scary. What will become of all your stuff?!Don't worry - it probably isn't going anywhere. Here's what Apple is planning for iTunes in macOS Catalina.
Apple Music will become the home for all things, well, music.
The Apple TV app is coming to the Mac.Advertisement
Apple Podcasts will now be a one-stop-shop for all your podcasts.
There's one more crucial change involving iTunes coming in macOS Catalina.Advertisement
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