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Apple explains exactly how the new iTunes-less macOS will work

Stan Schroeder

Still confused by the death of iTunes? We're with you: Apple has given us tidbits of information about the upcoming retirement of its desktop media player, but several key details remained unclear. 

Now, the company posted a new document (noticed by 9to5Mac) which explains exactly what will happen to the various facets of iTunes and how it'll all work in macOS Catalina. 

SEE ALSO: Apple iTunes lives on for Windows PC users

In terms of content, the easiest way to follow the changes is to think of four different types of content that were available for purchase through iTunes — music, movies and TV shows, podcasts, and audiobooks — as each being moved to its separate app: Apple Music, Apple TV, Podcasts and Apple Books. Everything you've purchased, rented or imported into iTunes will be available in these apps. Read more...

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