iTunes was supposed to be available on the Microsoft Store later this year, but Apple says it needs a little more time to get things ready.
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In a blatant PR stunt that should please no one, Apple this week invited only the friendliest of bloggers to its Campus this week to assure them that they remain committed to the Mac.
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Somewhat lost in all the excitement around Apple's other hardware and software updates this month is macOS Sierra, which begins shipping today as a free upgrade for all Macs introduced since late 2009.