iTunes for Windows nears EOL with launch of Apple Music, TV ‘standalone experiences’

Apple has announced a major change for Windows users who use iTunes for Windows with an iPhone or to access Apple Music and Apple TV. For Windows 10 or later, Apple has released new “standalone experiences” for Apple Music and Apple TV as well as a new Devices management app to replace former functionality in iTunes for Windows:

For audiobooks and podcasts, Windows users still use the iTunes for Windows app. That app is also used if any of the new apps don’t run on your PC. Apple released iTunes for Windows on October 16, 2003, with iPod and iTunes Music Store support.

Apple has a support document with more information on the new apps.

Appe has released a redesigned iCloud for Windows app.


iCloud for Windows redesign

Apple has also released a redesigned iCloud for Windows app. The new app makes it cleaner to see what apps are using iCloud, gauge how much iCloud+ storage is being used, and more.

The iCloud for Windows app can be used to access iCloud features, such as iCloud Photos, iCloud Drive, iCloud Passwords, and iCloud Contacts, Calendars, and Bookmarks. Read the iCloud for Windows User Guide.

Source : Macworld