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Apple Introduces Three New Windows Apps for Apple Music, TV+, and Device Syncing

by Joseph Richard
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Apple has introduced three new Windows apps that will make it easier for Windows users to use Apple Music and Apple TV+, as well as sync their Apple devices more conveniently with Windows. The Microsoft Store already lists the apps, but the release date is still pending.

The first app, the Apple TV app, allows users to access Apple’s streaming service, Apple TV+, take out a subscription, and stream series such as Ted Lasso, Severance, For All Mankind, and The Morning Show. Users can also buy movies and series, and access the library of content they’ve already purchased. Additionally, the app provides direct access to select third-party streaming services such as Paramount+.

The second app, the Apple Music app, offers access to Apple’s music streaming service and has a similar design structure as the Apple TV app. The third app, called Devices, will replace iTunes and will be used to sync iPods and iPhones to a PC, update device firmware, and back up to iCloud or locally at the computer.

As noted by Twitter user @aaronp613, the code for the Devices app also contains references to Reality OS and xrOS, indicating that the mixed reality headset will be compatible with Windows. This suggests that Apple is expanding its reach beyond its traditional operating system, macOS, and catering to a wider range of users.

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