iTunes not making it into the Microsoft Store this year

iTunes not making it into the Microsoft Store this year 1

After promises from Microsoft that iTunes would be making its way into the Microsoft Store by the end of the year, Apple said that won’t be the case, ZDNet reports. “We have been working with Microsoft to deliver the full iTunes experience to our customers and we need a little more time to get it right,” an Apple spokesperson said in an e-mailed statement. The plan is still to offer iTunes at some point, but the delay leaves Windows 10 S users — who can only run apps available through the Microsoft Store — out of the loop.Neither Apple nor Microsoft have revealed the cause of the holdup or a timetable for the app’s release.

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  1. Microsoft revealed the problem, Windows S only supports store apps. On top of that a Store App is extremely limited in what it can access. Everything has to be done the Microsoft way or it will not work. iTunes is used to having direct access to drivers, use video calls that are not allowed in a store app, etc. The problem is plain to see, get Windows S and be limited in what you can do to the things Microsoft allows.

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