There have been reports online over the past couple of days that Apple will be retiring the iTune after almost 20 Years; that’s a really long time and we had to bare for so long with the service. The iTune is a cyber hub which acts as a central point for Apple users to listen to musics, watch videos and TV Shows, listen to podcasts and manage their connected devices.
As June 3 approaches, there was a report on Bloomberg which suggests that the iTunes will be going away. So what Apple will be doing is unveiling three separate applications/services for the Mac which are much like those on the iPhone. These are Music, TV and Podcasts. With the iTunes reportedly gone, connected devices will now be managed through the Music App.
Aside iTune coming to it’s close, there were also reports that includes making the Apple Watch more independent through WatchOS 6 which will therefore be adding on-device app store, calculator app, voice recorder and new messaging applications.
The last but not the least is that the next iPad might be having a Home Screen and multitasking enhancement. The most exciting is the fact that developers could be able to make a single application that can be deployed to the Mac as well as the iPhone/iPad.
We just expect to see lots of things happening during the WWDC 2019 by June 3. As we keep out fingers crossed, we hope Apple do not disappoint but offering us a more advanced solution that we can relate with. And as for the leaked iPhone 11, let’s just hope things get well by Monday.