Apple is reportedly planning to interrupt up among the functionalities in its desktop iTunes software. According to a brand new report from Bloomberg (and beforehand reported in April by 9to5Mac), the Cupertino tech firm is trying to roll out new Music, Movies, and Podcasts apps to take the place of the iTunes app.
The announcement of the brand new apps will probably be reportedly made throughout the firm’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) occasion, which begins Monday, June 3. Bloomberg additionally reviews that the Music app will permit iPhone and different iOS machine customers to manually sync their machine. Pitchfork has reached out to Apple representatives for remark.