Mobile Casinos & Sportsbooks Apps To Be 'Shut Down' By Apple

Oscar Cross
June 7, 2019

According to Apple's list, only the original iPad Air and the iPad Mini 2 won't be getting the new iPadOS, which boasts of deeper multi-tasking functions and the ability to run multiple apps at the same time.

Previously, you could have just installed the beta update over the air with a developer profile without even having to go through a computer as an intermediary.

The app's core features will be split out over three new apps - Music, Podcasts and TV - as well as a few older ones.

The iTunes brand was always a bit of an odd fit for movies and TV shows for obvious reasons, so now's the time to split ahead of the Apple TV+ launch. The company will continue to offer iTunes on Windows and there will be no changes on those platforms.

When Mac users update their software to the new Catalina OS rolling out this autumn, music now in their library will transfer to the Apple Music app. Users will also be able to listen to audiobooks purchased from Apple Books directly on the new Audiobooks app on their watch.

While Apple Music will be created to push users towards a subscription package they will continue to have access to their entire music library whether you downloaded the songs, purchased them or ripped them from a CD. But since the upgrades are coming to iOS 13, it's likely that all iPhones that support iOS 13 will reap the benefits of Apple's work over the previous year. It features a new dark color scheme that works across all the apps.

"Users will have access to their entire music library, whether they downloaded the songs, purchased them or ripped them from a CD", reads a press release. The connectivity suite will now also be able to automatically adjust to more screen sizes and resolutions than its current iteration can. Multi user support will make it easy for family members to have their own experience, and Music on tvOS 13 will take advantage of that with personalized playlists and recommendations.

But, the company explained that when Mac users update their software, all the music in their iTunes library will not disappear.

Here's what Apple says that will look like.

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