Apple has announced the official Music app for Mac at WWDC 2019 in California which is part of suite designed to replace iTunes.The update will come as a part of the latest macOS Catalina and also includes Apple Podcasts and Apple TV.The news comes as software and services are taking on even greater importance for Apple. The company still sells millions of iPhones every quarter, but sales aren’t soaring like they used to. People are holding onto their devices for longer, which makes it important to give them services that get them paying monthly. Apple has made augmented reality, mobile payments, streaming music and other areas key focuses over the past couple of years. See also Watch the WWDC keynote live stream Apple iOS 13: New Siri voice, camera tools, Dark Mode for iPhone Apple gives the iPad its own OS Apple announces new Mac Pro Get all the latest from WWDC Meanwhile, iTunes has been available on Mac since 2001 and was integral to the launch of the original iPod and then later the iPhone. However, since 2011 it was no longer needed to activate a new iPhone and some users have been calling for iTunes to be scrapped for years.This is… Read full this story
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