Apple's iTunes 12.7 now focuses on music, movies, TV shows, podcasts and audiobooks.

In a preview for iOS 11, Apple wrote: 'Apple Music learns your tastes, so you can ask Siri to play something you'd like'. You'll find these changes in the new iTunes:Apps: Looking for your past iOS app downloads?

Apple has updated iTunes on macOS to eliminate ringtones, iTunes U, and perhaps most surprising of all, iOS apps. It means the App Store (pictured below) and app library sections are completely gone.

It's not the most exciting of updates, as rather than any major new features, High Sierra brings with it reworked Mail and Photos apps, improvements to Safari including autoplay blocking and intelligent tracking protection, and the firm's new Apple File System (APFS).

Over the weekend, a "disgruntled Apple employee" leaked the iOS 11 code, showing us new features to expect in the operating system. It's got a new look and feel and all these new features that improve discovery and makes everything MOAR BETTER.

Apple announced last month that iTunes U content can now be found in the iTunes' podcasts section.

During its keynote event in Cupertino, Apple revealed that the iOS 11 update will be available for download for iPhone and iPad owners around the world starting September 19.

The installation will take a few minutes. Click Continue to have your Mac close iTunes and continue with the upgrade. When you swipe up, you'll no longer see the half-screen block with a handful of connectivity and utility options. People will also be more likely to use the redesigned App Store coming in iOS 11.

A new tab, called "Today" will show apps and stories about developers on a daily basis.

Apple had been at the receiving end of criticism for making iTunes bloated and heavy with the integration of the app store.


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