Rip iTunes and Back To My Mac, As The Supports Will End Soon

Initially, there were reports alleging that macOS 10.15 will continue to retain iTunes, but now it seems that iTunes may have to be "retired."Jobs introduced iTunes on Macworld on January 9, 2001, and that was 18 years ago. As for now, Apple will introduce three separate apps for Music, TV, and Podcasts in macOS 10.15, replacing iTunes, according to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman.

Even without iTunes, the Music app still allows users to manage devices like an iPhone or iPad, plus the fact that many users have been criticizing iTunes over the past few years for being too bloated, so this time iTunes is split into independent apps: Music, TV, and Podcasts.

Meanwhile, Apple updated the support page today, announcing that from July 1, 2019, all versions of macOS will not be able to use the "Back to My Mac" service. Earlier, Apple warned that macOS Mojave would remove the "Back to My Mac" feature.

Back to My Mac is an iCloud feature that you can use to set up a Mac network that can be accessed remotely. Since the "Back to My Mac" setting is rather complicated, there are barely any people using it. Apple recommends that users access their files through the iCloud cloud.

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