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Apple has officially broken up iTunes to make way for three new apps - Podcasts, TV and Music.  

With the launch of macOS Catalina, Mac devices will come with separate apps for consuming podcasts, streaming music and playing videos. 

Apple is effectively 'replacing' iTunes with the three separate apps, the firm said.

The new apps have 'all the features you'd expect from iTunes, all while being blazingly fast.'  

The Music, Podcasts and TV apps feature a streamlined design, with fewer tabs and a cleaner user interface. 

With the Music app, users have access to over 50 million songs, playlists and music videos.

With the launch of macOS Catalina, Mac devices will come with separate apps for consuming podcasts, streaming music and playing videos, effectively replacing iTunes

With the launch of macOS Catalina, Mac devices will come with separate apps for consuming podcasts, streaming music and playing videos, effectively replacing iTunes

'And users will have access to their entire music library, whether they downloaded the songs, purchased them or ripped them from a CD,' Apple said. 

'For those who like to own their

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