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Apple has quietly released non-beta versions of its Apple Music, Apple TV, and Devices apps for Windows, replacing most of the functionality of iTunes for Windows.
Apple has quietly overhauled its entire suite of Windows apps, including non-beta versions of the Apple Music, Apple TV, and Devices apps.
These apps are now available in the Microsoft Store and are compatible with both Windows 11 and Windows 10.
All of the apps are currently available in the Microsoft Store. While the previews that Apple released last year required Windows 11 22H2 or newer, the final versions of all four new apps also work in Windows 10.
The new iCloud for Windows app has an overhauled design, but some users may miss certain features of the previous version.
The biggest change in the new iCloud for Windows app is an overhauled design, and though some will lament