Apple expected to shut down iTunes

The tech giant is expected to replace iTunes with stand-alone music, TV and podcast apps in the next version of its operating system.
0:27 | 06/03/19

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After eighteen years apple it expected to shut down iTunes. After introducing a revolutionary system back in 2001. The tech John is now expected to replace iTunes would stand alone music. TV in pot calf apps in the next version of the operating system. CEO Tim Cook will make an announcement later today at its worldwide developer conference in California. At apple planned to unveil additional updates as they move into a new era.

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