Apple will announce a number of changes to its platforms during its keynote presentation at the Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, including hiding iTunes, according to a new report.
CEO Tim Cook and other company executives will present a comprehensive presentation According to Bloomberg News, changes were made to the company's operating system and hardware on Friday. The changes will highlight new Apple Watches that are more independent of iPhones, iPads with advanced software that reduces laptops dependency, and advances in areas such as virtual reality and personal health management.
The company is reportedly planning to replace iTunes – the application that consumers use to download music, movies, and more ̵
Apple also plans to launch new apps for Mac laptops and desktops, eventually allowing individual versions of apps to run on all platforms.
"The transition may not be completed in a few years, but this is the strongest move Apple has made to unify its two platforms," said developer Steven Troughton-Smith to Bloomberg. "Apple and developers can go out of their way instead of having to do it twice."
Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comments from The Hill.