In fact, according to tweets released by iPhone application developer Steven Troughton-Smith, the next version of the Mac OS, version 10.15, will launch the iTunes app in the form of several separate programs for music, podcast and TV. This Apple developer with the Twitter @stroughtonsmith has posted this tweet:
Based on evidence from Apple that I do not want to make them public, I am now confident that Apple is planning to launch a new program on music, podcasts, and possibly a book for Mac operating system to join the TV app. I expect these four programs to be the next wave of Marzipan apps.
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ITunes from the beginning up to now
Apple released iTunes in 2001 to help users manage their music and add new music to their iPods. Of course iTunes now has many features and is not limited to its original purpose. For example, one of the most well-known applications of this program is the transfer of files from the iPhone to the computer.
According to Apple’s developer tweets, iTunes alternative apps are likely to be developed using the Marzipan , Apple’s developing technology for app production. Meanwhile, claims from well-informed sources of these apps are seamlessly implemented on the iPhone, iPad and Mac.
As already mentioned, iTunes will be available to users by the time the Mac OS version 10.15 is released, so if you are an iTunes user, do not worry right now.