So long I-Tunes : Apple soon to get rid of game changing music app

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Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, Calif., Monday, June 3, 2019. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

CUPERTINO, Ca. — Apple drastically changed the music industry with I-Tunes.

Now it’s doing it again by getting rid of the service.

Apple says it is phasing out the well-known app in favor of three desktops apps: Apple Music, Apple TV, And Apple Podcasts

I-Tunes launched in 2001,Two-years later, it’s music store launched and it became a popular app.

Now Apple is leaning more towards its Apple Music subscription service.

It says with its newest update that users will still be able to access features usually found in I-Tunes on other apps.

For instance, Apple users will have a tool on mac computers to sync devices.

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