Where did that go? Find the parts of iTunes now spread throughout different apps in macOS Catalina

With macOS 10.15 Catalina, Apple killed iTunes, but its heart still beats in different apps across the operating system. Judging by email received, knowing where to find them can be a treasure hunt. Here’s how iTunes was split up.


Remember when iTunes was all about music? You no longer have to remember, because the Music app replaces most of

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