Apple improves iCloud for Windows, kills iTunes

If you use Windows for work and an iPhone for everything else, you should know that Apple has changed iCloud for Windows and no longer offers iTunes for the platform —  though none of your media purchases have disappeared.

How has Apple improved iCloud for Windows?

Apple has redesigned the iCloud for Windows application, giving it a more modern look that’s easier to navigate with Photos, iCloud Drive, Passwords, Bookmarks and Calendars/Contacts all easy to access in a click. It’s also easy to check how much storage you have in use.

Beyond the facelift, the software is now a little easier to set up and install and provides better insights into how files and other data are syncing. The latter means you can check whether items are in the process of syncing, and when a sync operation last took place.

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