For those of you splashing out on the new iPhone models, the new iOS 11 feature Automatic setup will come in handy. The new update doesn't solve all of the design problems with iTunes, which is still used for videos, audiobooks and podcasts, but it puts some of the focus back on its original goal: listening to music. And the new App Store makes it easy to get, update, and redownload apps-all without a Mac or PC.
This version of iOS 11 should be very close to finished with most of the bugs ironed out - after a record-breaking 10 beta updates over the past few months - but there's still a chance you'll need to download an update on release day. You'll find these changes in the new iTunes: ● Apps: Looking for your past iOS app downloads?
Apple has cut some of the clutter from its iTunes software by removing the ability to buy and transfer iOS apps from the program.
iTunes's increasingly cluttered interface is partially a symptom of becoming the single app for storing your music library and syncing apps to your phone.
Apple's message to users who updated to iTunes 12.7.
Looking for your past iOS app downloads?
With Apple removing the built-in App Store from iTunes 12.7, everyone is now expecting a major upgrade for the iOS 11 App Store.
The global tech giant has also just rolled out the "gold master" build of iOS 11 to developers and public beta testers ahead of its official launch on September 19.
Apple's iOS 11 will include an updated version of the App Store.
The company announced the news during its product showcase event on Tuesday.
The streamlining of their Apple Maps service comes into competition with the Google Maps app, but this feature may see people making the switch.