It sounds flattering humorous to say, yet I’m arrange of old-school when it comes to mechanism programs. Take iTunes for example; for a past 16 years I’ve used it on my PC to emporium for song and apps. Not anymore though.
Apple’s latest refurbish to iTunes, 12.7 private The App Store. No longer can we crop by a millions of mobile apps on my computer. No longer can we download an app we review about on a website or blog. No longer can we see all of a apps I’ve downloaded in a past and no longer can we simply sync apps, aged and new, to my iPhone or iPad when I’m during my desk.
Apple is vigilant on creation iTunes all about a tunes and putting apps usually on a inclination that run them.
In a new iTunes 12.7 you’ll find usually music, movies, tv shows, podcasts and audiobooks. The App Store not usually left yet any iTunes U calm you’ve downloaded has been changed to a podcast section. Ringtones are left now too and can usually be managed and orderly on a device.
It might not be a large understanding for some people who usually browse, download and implement apps from a device they use them on, yet it is a large understanding to me and to other “old-school” Apple users.
While a new App Store app in iOS 11 is beautifully laid out, it’s unwieldy to hunt by a millions of apps on a tiny screen. we find it most easier to classify my apps in folders in iTunes on my desktop PC. When regulating a App Store app, we have a feeling I’m blank out on some good apps since we can usually see a few during a time, no matter that difficulty we choose.
By stealing a App Store from my PC it also kills some of a aged apps I’ve been holding onto. Apps that we downloaded years ago yet haven’t been updated in years. Apple doesn’t wish aged apps operative on their inclination so it’s gripping apps like “Ringtone Maker” that we downloaded 6 years ago from operative in iOS 11. Since we can't bond my iPhone to iTunes and entrance those app files, those apps are probably passed to me. That’s too bad.
Apple doesn’t seem to be branch behind yet it did recover an aged “update” essentially for developers so they can continue regulating a App Store on their computer. It’s a chronicle that won’t be upheld by Apple.
Too bad. Old-school iPhone users like me don’t always like change.
Apple has some-more information and step by step directions on how to conduct apps left on your mechanism here: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT208075