Apple closing its media player, Internet radio, broadcaster, and mobile device management application iTunes.
According to reports by Bloomberg, Chief Executive Officer of Apple Tim Cook shall share the new updates regarding the plans to replace iTunes in an upcoming event.
The app was initially released on January 9, 2001. It was kind of portal to all Apple's media file such as playing and downloading music, organizing digital multimedia files, transferring files, and purchasing items through iTunes.
Apple CEO Tim Cook plans to shutter iTunes to Music App.SOURCE: Newsweek
According to reports by Pitchfork, the program is to split into three different desktop apps for Music, TV and Podcast apps. The Cupertino tech company is planning to roll out new Music, Movies and Podcasts to take place in the iTunes apps.
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The company is yet to reveal their upcoming plans and projects which will be made during the company's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) event starting from Monday, June 3, 2019 – Friday, June 7, 2019.
Apple reportedly plans macOS Music and Podcasts apps to replace iTunesSOURCE: VentureBeat
We can assume several factors behind the update, most notably in November 2011 when Apple had been aware of a security vulnerability regarding the third party install "updates" to user's iTunes software.
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Likewise recently on March, Spotify claimed that Apple uses its App Store to stifle innovation and limit consumer choice in favor of its own Apple Music service.
So, for now, let's wait till Apply officially announces the motive behind phasing out their popular streaming and content downloading service at the upcoming WWDC event.
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