Apple is shutting down iTunes and replacing it with Apple Music

Apple, we want to take a moment of silence for iTunes

Apple announced iTunes is being replaced by Apple Music, Apple Podcasts and Apple TV.

On Monday, the company shared the news during its Worldwide Developers Conference, announcing the exciting things that are in store.

Apple revealed they’re replacing iTunes with three dedicated apps for media: a desktop app for podcasts, an Apple TV app for movies and shows (plus, an upcoming video subscription service) and a music app, where you can listen to your fave songs on Apple Music or local music libraries.

Moreover, the updated application suite is part of a new operating system, nicknamed Catalina.

The tech company is introducing OS X 10.15 (aka Catalina), which is expected to feature the new media app roll-out. Additionally, Catalina is expected to release sometime in September, along with the next generation of iPhones and a new iOS.

So you still have time to enjoy iTunes before it’s completely gone.