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08 Mar

i Phone owners will still want to connect their device to their Macs and PCs because they will still want to sync music, and if they have created a ringtone it remains the only way to add it to their device.

When you have updated your version of i Tunes and reopen it you get the message seen above warning the user that they won’t find their apps in i Tunes anymore.

The i Tunes 12.7 update moves the desktop focus to music, movies, TV shows, podcasts, and audiobooks. The ringtone section for i Phone has also been removed in the i Tunes desktop update: "If you previously used i Tunes to sync apps or ringtones on your i OS device, use the new App Store or Sounds Settings on i OS to redownload them without your Mac," Apple has notified users in an update prompt.

When it is released, the new App Store will not only have a new look and overhauled interface, but also a more editorial approach.

Logically, you might think that you could click the ribbon to update these apps individually -- but no.

Instead, you have to be in that previously mentioned Update tab (which is devoid of red ribbons, oddly), and from there you can click each app to update them individually.

Second, it returns i Tunes to its original function as an entertainment app.

i Tunes broke new ground when it was released in 2001, but over the years it became widely derided as an increasingly bloated, awful, sucky, bad and embarrassing piece of software that needed to be “nuked from orbit.” The update hopefully will make i Tunes sleeker and more user-friendly.