WWDC Day One Coverage – TMO Daily Observations 2019-06-03


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Dave and Kelly recap the first day of WWDC including the (public) keynote address and the State of the Union, new hardware, and new software.

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10:27 PM Jun. 3rd, 2019 | 00:30:59

Dave and Kelly recap the first day of WWDC including the (public) keynote address and the State of the Union, new hardware, and new software.

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4 Comments Add a comment

  1. ethancampbell

    if I can, GREAT! On the off chance that, then again, they think they are going to drive all of us to AppleMusic spilling, sorry yet that would be DOA for me. From what I’ve been perusing AppleMusic is unbelievable for their awkwardness with regards to Classical. What’s more, honestly a great deal of when I tune in to my music I don’t have WiFi or cell accessible. I’d need to look somewhere else both for a music player, and source.

  2. geoduck

    The biggest question regarding the breakup of iTunes:
    Will there still be a music store? Will I still be able to buy and download tracks?
    If I can, GREAT! If, on the other hand, they think they are going to push us all to AppleMusic streaming, sorry but that would be DOA for me. From what I’ve been reading AppleMusic is legendary for their ineptitude when it comes to Classical. And frankly a lot of the time when I listen to my music I do not have WiFi or cellular available. I’d have to look elsewhere both for a music player, and source.

    • geoduck

      Forgot to mention, this is because BBC has been saying that iTunes and all its services have been replaced by apps that handle streaming only. They are flat out saying that downloads are dead.

  3. Stargate2077

    I have two questions about the demise of iTunes on macOS that has not been answered anywhere yet:

    1) Where is audiobooks on macOS? Is it in Apple Books? Every image of macOS Catalina does not show Apple Books icon in the dock. Why? Why did they avoid talking about the app?
    2) What is going to happen to iTunes on Windows?

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