iTunes for Windows 10 postponed to 2018 (maybe)
If you thought that iTunes for Windows 10 project is dead, you might have been entirely wrong, according to Apple.
Microsoft had a rough time trying to convince high-profile software developers to launch their apps on the Microsoft Store. When the company announced during Build 2017 that Apple had a Windows 10 version of iTunes in the works, everyone got really excited.
Ever since the official announcement was made at the developer conference, no one heard another word about Apple launching an iTunes app for Windows 10. As a result, everyone thought that the project died before it managed to begin properly and Apple’s software would never arrive at the Microsoft Store. But, fortunately, it seems that the project is still alive and kicking, but the app is just not ready yet for download in the Store.
An Apple spokesperson stated that the company has been working with Microsoft in order to deliver the full iTunes experience to the customers and a bit of time is still required to get things going.
Apple’s iTunes for Windows 10 will launch in 2018 if all goes well
We can’t tell you the exact reason for which Apple needs so much time to bring its app to the Microsoft Store, but it’s pretty clear the this will not happen by the end of the year.
Windows 10 Redstone 4 will launch in the Spring of 2018 and the RTM build is scheduled to launch in March. That could be the perfect timing for Apple to finally unveil its iTunes for Microsoft Store. iTunes for Microsoft Store is a long-awaited release, and we’ll just have to wait and see what the New Year brings.
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