Apple on Tuesday released iTunes 12.7 for Mac and Windows, an refurbish that removes a iOS App Store from a desktop software. That means iOS users can no longer download iOS apps from their desktops, as Apple now pushes them toward a iOS 11 App Store.
The iTunes 12.7 refurbish moves a desktop concentration to music, movies, TV shows, podcasts, and audiobooks. It also adds support for iOS 11 device syncing. Apple announced iOS 11 will launch on Sept. 19 in a form of a giveaway refurbish for a iPhone and iPad.
The ringtone territory for iPhone has also been private in a iTunes desktop update: “If we formerly used iTunes to sync apps or ringtones on your iOS device, use a new App Store or Sounds Settings on iOS to redownload them but your Mac,” Apple has told users in an refurbish prompt.
Apple detailed other iTunes 12.7 changes on a support website:
- iTunes U: Collections of iTunes U calm seem in a Podcasts territory of iTunes.
- Internet Radio: Your Internet Radio stations seem in your song library’s sidebar.
- Ringtones: iOS 11 supports redownloading ringtones directly to your iOS device, but a need to use iTunes on your Mac or PC.
- Books on Windows: Books on iTunes for Windows are managed in iBooks for iOS.
The refurbish can be downloaded around iTunes’ program refurbish feature.
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