Changes That Make Apple's New iTunes 12.7 Completely Different

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The iTunes 12.7 update moves the desktop focus to music, movies, TV shows, podcasts, and audiobooks.

Apple is all set to release its most awaited version of iOS 11 operating system on September 19th.

Once users install version 12.7 of iTunes they will no longer be able to sync apps or ringtones to their iPhone, iPad, or iPod.

Apple has released iTunes update version 12.7 for Mac and PC. The App Store on iOS is now awesomer.

While the new AR features showcased by Apple during the keynote event are not likely to make their way to older iPhones, iOS 11 will still bring a number of exciting new features that should make your iOS experience better.

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Not only has Apple given the digital assistant new "natural and expressive" male and female voices, but Siri has also been upgraded to use "on-device learning" to become more contextual.

The upgraded macOS High Sierra will launch the company's first-party apps' new improvements. Click on it, but do so while holding down the left Option key (Mac) or the left Shift key (Windows).

The new App Store for iOS 11 will have a new Today tab which will have original stories from Apple's editors from around the world talking about the newest and latests apps.

What Siri learns on one device will be synced across all devices in iOS 11, but this is still private thanks to end-to-end encryption, Apple says. Games and Apps on the new iOS 11 App Store will be more informative with support for more video demos, app ratings/rankings and age rating.

Of course, nothing is changing with the App Store - it will just no longer be integrated into iTunes as it has been for the last few years. Instead users who want to purchase and download apps will have to do so via the standalone App Store or do it on their iOS or Mac devices.

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