On Monday Apple announced that there will be no more iTunes store. The new operating system will favor three new apps which are: podcast, TV, and Music.
Apple announced on Monday that it will be getting rid of Itunes on its upcoming operating system in favor of three new apps: Music, TV and Podcasts.Though iTunes as we know it will be no more, you don’t have to worry about losing those iTunes playlists you made back in the summer of 2006. The platform’s features will still exist on macOS Catalina — they’ll just be spread out across the different apps, similar to how they are on iOS.Here’s what Apple says that will look like.
Apple says that the new apps will organize your media files just like the same apps on iOS. That means you don’t have to worry about losing any music you purchased or imported into your iTunes library.
Instead, those files will just be migrated into the new Apple Music app. That goes for playlists and smart playlists you’ve created in iTunes too. Similarly, music and TV shows that you purchased or rented from iTunes will transition into the new Apple TV app — which is where you’ll go to buy or rent movies and TV shows in the future. Podcasts that you subscribed or added to iTunes will be in the new Podcasts app, and audiobooks will be in the updated Apple Books app.