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Apple Is Ending iTunes (Report) | apple, iTunes

Apple Is Ending iTunes (Report) | apple, iTunes

iTunes was introduced by Steve Jobs on January 9, 2001. Detractors over the years criticized the software for being overly bloated, a stigma that never washed away with subsequent releases.

Complicating the fact that it has to do all those tasks is the reality that iTunes often feels slow and clunky, so perhaps we're overdue for a change.

After yesterday's leak of Apple's upcoming iOS 13 mobile operating system for iPhone and iPad, 9to5mac website shared today exclusive screenshots from the macOS 10.15 operating system showing new Music and TV app. The intelligence lines up with earlier predictions from 9to5Mac who claimed iTunes would be renamed to Music and focus exclusively on that category.

Apple is facing a new controversy surrounding user data and I-phone apps, and it's ironic because when it comes to privacy, Apple has taken a firm stance that goes much further than online giants like Amazon, Google and Facebook.

WWDC starts with Apple's big keynote at 10 a.m. on Monday, June 3. Those systems include iOS for iPhone, iPad, and iPod; macOS for Mac; watchOS for Apple Watch; and tvOS for Apple TV and Apple TV 4K.

The screenshots reveal how Dark Mode in iOS 13 would look like, the new Reminders app, and more. So, if you're also wondering what Apple might announce at WWDC this year, here's what we're expecting to see.

We only know that Apple has been working on a modular, refreshed Mac Pro since 2017, with the needs of creative professionals in mind, and apart from that, the Mac Pro is more or less a mythical Apple device that pros have been waiting for, for quite some time. Previous reports suggested that iOS 13 may debut with new multi-window support specifically for iPad users and an all-new undo gesture.

While we don't have many details, multiple reports have said that the iPad will get a new multitasking interface and that there will be long-asked-for changes to the home screen as well.

So what are you most excited to see in WWDC 2019?

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