iTunes 12.7

Software

Apple icon for IPA mobile applications

macOS must have downloaded and installed the latest iTunes during the last software update. It’s the awful one where they removed the mobile app store, without replacing it with a standalone program or anything. #picardfacepalm.

Steve wouldn’t have done it!

The good news though, there’s a File Sharing section now, where you can upload files to specific apps on the phone. A semblance of sanity prevailed.

Out of interest, the first iTunes I ran was on Mac OS 9 back in the day, but iTunes 7 was the first to be reviewed here. Looking at those screenshots from a decade ago reminds me how far we’ve come, or haven’t come. Wow, that navigation looks so clean.

Now to wait for iOS 11.1.

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