Apple has released separate applications for Windows: Apple TV, Apple Music and Apple Devices
Apple released separate programs for Windows instead of iTunes
This week, Apple officially presented the Apple TV, Apple Music and Apple Devices programs for the Windows operating system. These apps were originally introduced last year, but Apple has now removed the note that they were only in the demo version, according to MacRumors.
These three programs, along with the updated version of iCloud for Windows, aim to free Windows users from their dependence on iTunes. If you use Apple TV, Apple Music, and Apple Devices, you no longer need iTunes, unless you want to access podcasts or audiobooks on Windows.
- With Apple Music, you can access your library of songs and albums that were previously downloaded through iTunes.
- With Apple TV, you can watch movies and series from your iTunes library, as well as connect to streaming services.
- Apple Devices will provide the ability to back up and restore iPhones and iPads, as well as sync content with these devices.
Apple integrates its services into the Windows ecosystem through cooperation with Microsoft. Previously, the built-in "Photos" program in Windows 11 received integration with the iCloud Photos library.
These new programs are only available for traditional x86-based PCs running Windows 10 or Windows 11. There are currently no versions for Qualcomm ARM64-based devices running Windows .