As from the newest Mac OS update Catalina, Apple canceled its music service iTunes, deciding to split it into three separate apps: Apple Music, Apple TV, and Podcasts. This is not all if a sudden – back in June, Apple announced they would shut down iTunes, while it would still be available on Windows devices.
Without affecting their music libraries, users can still listen to their old music (and buy new) on Apple Music, even though it’s intended as a music streaming app. Similarly, the Apple TV has its use for movies and TV shows only, while Podcasts will be the place for listeners to find their favorite podcasts.
This way, by splitting the old app into three separate ones, users will get rid of the clutter and it will be easier to navigate.

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