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Apple won’t remove iTunes from Windows 10

Apple confirms that won't be breaking iTunes into separate experiences for Windows 10 users.

As part of all the biggest announcements, Apple recently revealed its plans to retire the version of iTunes on macOS in favor of three new apps, including Music, Podcasts, and TV.

However, nothing was said about the version of iTunes for Windows 10 users, but now the company has revealed that the app will continue to exist for users running Windows 10 and older versions.

According to a report for Ars Technica, the computer giant isn’t planning to break iTunes into separate apps or change the way it works today.

Just keep in mind that this means for now. In the future, Apple may bring its new apps to Windows 10 just like it did for Apple Music on Android.

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