For those of you who lose your mind every time Twitter changes its web interface, or who feel lost every time Google discontinues a product that was essential to your life (R.I.P. Google Reader), you’d better sit down. iTunes is officially dead, and, well, there’s nothing we can do about it.
On Oct. 7, Apple released the latest version of its operating system for Macs, called macOS Catalina, and I’m sad to report that there were some casualties. In just one of many changes, Apple decided to kill iTunes, replacing it with three different entertainment apps: Apple TV, Apple Music and Apple Podcasts.
MacBook Air (2012 and later)
MacBook Pro (2012 or later)
Mac mini (2012 or later)
iMac (2012 or later)
Mac Pro (2013 or later)
Are you looking forward to the updates that come with this new operating system? Or are you busy mourning your iTunes app?