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News Sorry, but Windows 10 isn't supported. @xguntherc Jan 15, 2023, 10:24 am EST | 1 min read Kavun Halyna/Shutterstock.com Last year Microsoft announced that its latest Windows 11 release would soon get official Apple Music and Apple TV apps, and now the betas are finally available. Apple killed iTunes for Mac in 2019, but…

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Jan 15, 2023, 10:24 am EST | 1 min read Kavun Halyna/Shutterstock.com

Last year Microsoft announced that its latest Windows 11 release would soon get official Apple Music and Apple TV apps, and now the betas are finally available. Apple killed iTunes for Mac in 2019, but it’s still the only option for Windows, but not for long.

It only took them four years, but it looks like Apple is finally ready to debut official Apple Music and Apple TV apps for those on Windows 11. And remember, this is only for the latest release and doesn’t include support for Windows 10.

Users can download the official (but in beta) Apple Music and Apple TV apps today from the Microsoft store, although it’s not all good news.

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Unfortunately, while these apps are finally available to users as a beta, AppleInsider was quick to notice the apps are missing features and are somewhat…

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