Apple quietly released an update that changes iTunes once for all

iPhone 5 owners will miss out on some the key new iOS 11 Features being released this Month

iPhone 5 owners will miss out on some the key new iOS 11 Features being released this Month

You might have to sign into your Apple account again and reconfigure some settings the first time you boot up iOS 11, but then you'll have the latest version of Apple's mobile operating system and the new features that come with it. Changes in the new iTunes The new iTunes focuses on music, movies, TV shows, podcasts, and audiobooks.

iTunes 12.7 is available now in the Mac App Store.

The newest version of Apple's mobile operating system, iOS 11 will be available for download for iPhone and iPad users on September 19.

Do you like this change or did you enjoy managing your iOS devices' apps on your computer?

AR Kit will make its debut with iOS 11, which means augmented reality-based apps will soon start cropping up in the App Store, and Apple has also talked up improvements to its Photos and Messages apps, a revamped Control Centre and reworked lock screen notifications. The update can also be downloaded by iPad touch 6 Gen users.

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.

Don't worry - you don't need to do some insane hack or download some shady third-party app to make this work. It will also introduce enhancements to Apple's virtual assistant software Siri, enabling support for more third party apps so users can use them via voice commands. Following this, head to the update menu and you can see every detail there, as Apple has described how to install the iOS 11 beta here. The newly announced iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus as well as the iPhone X will be shipping with iOS 11 out of the box.

Apple removes App Store from iTunes 12.7.

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