Something to look forward to: Fortunately is that Apple is separating the music, TV, and podcast functionality from iTunes, so you don’t have to utilize it as much. The bad news is that iTunes still isn’t disappearing completely.
Let’s face it: I dislike iTunes, you hate iTunes. Fortunately, Apple is planning on breaking up the maligned software into TELEVISION, Music, and Podcasts in the next version of macOS, according to 9to5Mac
Widely known Apple developers, Guilherme Rambo and Steve Troughton-Smith, have separately verified Apple’s strategies to break up iTunes into three separate apps. In addition to the standalone Music, TELEVISION, and Podcast apps, there will be a substantial redesign of the Books app.
The new apps will be based upon Apple’s Project Marzipan, which intends to make it much easier for developers to port iOS apps to macOS by enabling both platforms to share a typical codebase. Apple got the ball rolling with the News app for macOS in 2015 with the three abovementioned apps to do the same this year.
The Books app, already out for macOS, will be revamped utilizing Marzipan to bring it in line with the iOS app. According to 9to5Mac, the brand-new style will feature a sidebar similar to the News app that will list owned books, audiobooks, PDFs, and other collections. The title bar will have tabs for Library, Book Store, and Audiobook Shop.
While that all sounds great, iTunes isn’t disappearing. Individuals who still use older iOS gadgets (consisting of iPods) will need to continue utilizing iTunes to sync music. The iPod Shuffle and Nano were still being sold up until 2017.
Search For Apple to unveil more about the next variation of macOS at the business’s Worldwide Designer Conference in June.