Jun 3, 2019

Apple dissolves iTunes into new apps

Apple has announced that iTunes is to be replaced by Apple Music, Apple Podcasts and Apple TV. There had been speculation that the tech giant was planning to shutter the music service it launched in 2003. Apple announced several new privacy measures, building on last year's event where it pledged to jam Facebook's tracking tools. The new Dark Mode enables iPhone apps to be viewed with a black background, while the Apple Maps app will come with a virtual tour experience similar to Google's Streetview. Apple has also made improvements to its language keyboards, including the introduction of new bilingual keyboards and typing predictions for Arabic, Hindi, Thai, Cantonese, Vietnamese and the 22 official Indian languages. The Apple Watch is to become more independent from the iPhone with its own app store.

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