Apple iTunes v12.7 Removes Built-in App Store From Mac, Windows Apps

16 Settembre, 2017, 18:11 | Autore: Luciano Vano
  • Apple iTunes v12.7 Removes Built-in App Store From Mac, Windows Apps

You might be wondering how these iPhone 8 stock wallpapers look, well, you can see the image below.

Changes to the app include the moving of iTunes U content to the Podcasts section, and Internet Radio to your music library sidebar. I even get wanting to refocus that piece of software on media-the tunes part of iTunes. With the new change, users can also download apps or ringtones only from their iOS devices.

The overhauled Control Centre is a thing of beauty, multitasking on the iPad is much more powerful and makes it perform just like a Mac and screenshots now come with a whole new bag of editing options.

Apple will release their new iOS 11 software next Tuesday, the iOS 11 GM has already been released to developers.

Apple streamlines iTunes in its latest update. Once it finishes, there will be no need to restart the Mac computer and users can start using iTunes 12.7 immediately. It no longer has an App Store for your iPhone or iPad.

When opening iTunes 12.7 for the first time, users will be greeted by an update prompt from Apple.

Downloading and installing iTunes 12.7 should only take a few minutes, but this will depend on the user's internet speed.

But if you're not so keen on people being able to see what you're listening to then there's good news, as you can choose whether your profile is public or private.

According to the Q2 2017 State of Mobile Device Performance and Health report, the Android device failure rate for the previous quarter reached 25% worldwide, while the iOS device failure rate have shrunk to just 12% - a fraction of the alarming 58% failure rate from the same report this time past year. Also, the App Store, which for years has been awkwardly integrated into iTunes on desktop, is no longer there.