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Finally, Apple Books will be where you can purchase and listen to audiobooks, and as with the other new apps, will feature a familiar interface for anyone who is used to iTunes. Apple has revealed more information about the apps that will replace iTunes following WWDC and how they will work.

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The company confirmed that all your music and playlists will be ported over to the Apple Music app in macOS In macOS And of course, you can also subscribe to the Apple Music streaming service through the app — and if you do, you can hide the iTunes Store for less clutter. With iTunes gone, Apple also explained that syncing devices in macOS Catalina will now be handled by the Finder app, which will be able to backup and sync those devices.

According to Apple, it will also be easier to drag and drop files for quick transfers as well. This is probably the most exciting update to macOS with macOS Since a fair amount of MacBook users are likely iPad owners, this means that a sizable amount of mobile workers just received a secondary display without having to spend extra.

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Perhaps even more importantly, this connected iPad can also be used as a drawing tablet with various specifically supported apps. Apple says that the following Mac apps will support Sidecar's Apple Pencil input and other enhanced features:.

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One of Apple's most impactful changes to iOS 12 was Screen Time, an app that tracks your iPhone or iPad usage time and offers insights into the trends. This information will be synced across your iPhone and iPad, giving you a complete profile of how often you stare at your collective screens as well as guidance on what to do with that information.

The feature will also include parental controls on time spent using a Mac as well as with whom children are able to communicate with. It appears that what was formerly referred to in rumors and leaks as "Project Marzipan," Apple's master plan to bring more apps from the iPhone and iPad to the Mac, is now known as Project Catalyst. For developers, it all seems to start with simply ticking off a box within the Xcode app in macOS A series of new features and protocols then become available to the app in the development phase, from which the developer can choose to add to their apps — presumably with additional yet lighter coding.

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It seems to make the process rather seamless and speedy, with even Twitter using the tool to quickly bring its native app back to macOS from iOS. Safari browser will have a new startup page that uses Siri Suggestions to surface commonly visited websites, bookmarks, iCloud tabs and more.

Mail will allow users to block messages from senders, mute message threads from issuing push notifications and send unsubscribe requests from within the app to mailing list providers. And lastly, Reminders will soon get an overhaul in visual interface so that it will let users more easily generate, track and organize their reminders.

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Back to School Image 1 of 2 What Apple Music will look like. Image Credit: Apple.

Image 2 of 2 What Apple Podcasts will look like. According to MacRumors, Apple typically announces updates to its Mac lineup in the fall, often in October.

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Apple currently offers its MacBook Pro in a inch and a inch model. It also offers a MacBook Air in an inch and a inch variant.

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Apple quietly updated its laptop offerings earlier this year. The company also discontinued its last-generation MacBook Air model, which was the last computer in its lineup not to feature a Retina display, the high-quality display that the company first introduced on its iPhone 4 in Apple previously offered its MacBook Pro in a inch variant, though the company discontinued that model in around the time it brought the high-quality Retina display to its MacBook Pro.