We've heard iTunes' closure could be imminent, as Apple splits the platform's content into a few different newer apps – and now we could know what iTunes' replacement apps look like.
Exclusive screenshots shared with 9to5Mac show the interface of Apple's new music and TV apps, just how they'd be displayed on the upcoming MacOS 10.15, giving us a glimpse into the future of Apple's software.
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Both apps share a design bone with iTunes, with a top bar that shows categories or music playback, and a primary menu down the left that shows libraries, genres, playlist and different options.
There's a noticeable color scheme to each app, with the icons in Apple music red and purple, and in Apple TV a blue and green gradient, which gives the apps a more playful tinge than the typically monochromatic design of iTunes.
This is one of our first glimpses of MacOS 10.15 too, and we're expecting to see a bigger crossover between MacOS and iOS in the upgraded operating system. We'll likely hear a lot more about MacOS 10.15 at Apple's developer conference on Monday.
Apple's WWDC 2019 begins tomorrow, which is where we're expecting to find out all about Apple's newest software and hardware – this includes iOS 13, watchOS 6, the new Mac Pro, and many more Apple Macs. TechRadar will be on the ground for the whole week-long event, so stay tuned for our coverage and analysis on Apple's future.