Apple is looking to build the next-generation of Windows media apps for its services as the company pushes to get Apple TV+ on the Xbox.
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Confirming our suspicions, Apple will ignore Windows and its 1.5 billion users as it moves its ecosystem past iTunes.
There is not a person on earth who will mourn the passing of iTunes. Let’s look back at this terrible program and consider the future.
Apple could finally be getting rid of iTunes and replacing it with three new standalone apps on the Mac.
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Apple brings iTunes to Samsung Smart TVs as it looks to launch new streaming service later this year.
Last year, streaming music revenues surpassed those of other formats. But we're losing something important in this transition.
One year ago, Microsoft announced that Apple iTunes was coming to Windows 10's app store.
Apple's iTunes software has finally found its way into the Microsoft Store; while it may have missed the deadline, this is a big step for Windows 10.
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.
Now, you can share your movies purchases from the biggest movie studios among any of the top digital movie services.
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Well, this was unexpected: Microsoft announced today that Apple will bring iTunes to the Windows Store.
If you're familiar with streaming music services like Spotify, Apple Music will seem very familiar. But it will be a compelling choice for Apple fans.
As expected, Apple today announced a new music subscription service, Apple Music, which will replace Beats Music and be available on popular desktop and mobile platforms.