Apple leaves iTunes behind as it harmonizes software
San José (United States) (AFP) - Apple on Monday announced enhanced privacy features as it harmonized software across its lineup of devices, while dropping its groundbreaking iTunes store as it gears up for new kinds of digital content. Apple chief Tim Cook and other executives focused on privacy features as they unveiled software improvements for iPhones, iPads, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and Mac computers at the technology giant's annual gathering of developers in Silicon Valley. "The future of iTunes is not one app, it's three," said Apple senior vice president of software engineering Craig Federighi.
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