To replace iTunes will come from a few separate apps for music, videos and podcasts.
Apple has explained to its users where they can find music, videos, podcasts, and audiobooks after you close iTunes.
Coming this year a restructuring in the Corporation to explain the transition to the new operating system Mac called Catalina.
The emphasis will be on streaming content via subscription and rent rather than purchase individual files for private use.
The main message from Apple is that previously purchased music, movies and other audio video products available to its owners.
So, previously imported music will remain in the updated Apple Music app, like iTunes playlists, reports Sky News.
Users will still be able to acquire the audio files from the iTunes Store and will be able to use gift cards and credits.
The new app will bring all the films and TV shows, and Apple TV for Mac can be purchased a new video.
Podcasts, which people signed up or added to iTunes will be in the new Apple Podcasts app.
ITunes previously purchased audiobooks will be included in the updated application Apple Books.
There users will be able to purchase books in the future.
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