Apple Recruits Software Engineers To Build 'Another' iTunes For Windows
Anil Singh - Nov 21, 2019
This good news happened and melted the heart of Windows users. Up to now, the old-aged iTunes still is the only choice for them.
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Earlier this month, Apple has updated its job listing with some latest positions it’s demanding. As listed, the iPhone maker is looking for software engineers to work on new media apps for Windows. Amidst the need of talents, Apple has talked up about the next generation of its Windows-based media apps and has called upon potential candidates to join them.
At the time, Apple has two apps built for Windows, including iCloud and iTunes. The company maintains those existing products on Windows, despite their old age that could affect the performance. However, Apple might be aware of the situation, considering that it has broken up iTunes into three separate apps for macOS: Music, TV, and Podcasts. None of them have been caught on Windows, and iTunes still is the only choice for PC users. For users who have subscribed to Apple TV Plus and Apple Music, there’s no dedicated app for you to use the service on Windows 10, so you need to use the web versions.
Apple seems to highly favor candidates with experience in UWP (Universal Windows Platform), underlining it as “a big plus” for them. Due to the hint, Apple’s likely to help its media apps make their own way into the Windows 10 as soon as possible. In addition to Windows 10, Apple TV Plus potentially will allow Xbox One to stream its content because Microsoft’s devices are incompatible with the service right now.
This good news happened and melted the heart of Windows users. If done, they’ll be able to keep up to par with every latest feature and update from Apple.