iTunes history of evolution 18 Years #infographic

iTunes history of evolution 18 Years #infographic

You would understand that Apple ultimately dropped iTunes if you had an opportunity to watch the 2019 WWDC event. Apple has split iTunes into three distinct components instead of just one application to handle your digital media content: Apple Music, Apple TV, and Apple Podcasts. Now it's time to see what Apple has achieved with your iTunes app's 18-year history. This is shown in the following infographic.

iPhones aren't the first iTunes-backed mobile phone–if you think the iPhone was the first tool to be used on iTunes alone, you're mistaken because iTunes supported other devices from other manufacturers. On June 28, 2005 (about 13 years ago), when Apple added support for mobile phone links in iTunes, Motorola efficiently endorsed the first two devices.

After just 3 years, 10 July 2008, Apple added support for the iPhone 3 G to the iTunes app. These are the two Motorola ROKR E1 & Motorola SLVR phones. So if you have a Motorola phone because their iPhone wasn't the first phones backed by the iTunes app, you have something for your iPhone friends.

iTunes history of evolution 18 Years #infographic

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