Apple could be readying the release of a new app for Microsoft Windows 10, says a report this week from an Italian website.
Italian blog Aggiornamenti Lumia suggests that a Windows app from Apple is “coming soon” to the Microsoft Store, but doesn’t provide additional details.
Apple still offers a Windows version of its iTunes app, which is no longer offered on recent versions of macOS, as it has been replaced by several standalone apps on the Mac.
There is no native Apple TV+ app available on Windows, and iTunes is currently the only way for Windows users to access Apple Music on their machines. This indicates Apple’s rumored new Windows app could offer native access to Apple TV+ and possibly Apple Music.
A LinkedIn job listing from 2019 showed Apple was searching for engineers with Universal Windows Platform (UWP) experience to work on the “next generation” of media apps for Windows. UWP apps can run on Windows PCs, Xbox One, and HoloLens.
As is normal for reports like this, nothing is certain until Apple makes an official announcement. Stay tuned.