iPad workers will also see a number of new features which should boost productivity, with Apple revealing a new dock that can be accessed even when you're in an app, a Drag and Drop tool and wider support for the Apple Pencil - all of which should help boost usability for a number of popular apps and services. Apple has made a decision to remove the built-in App Store from iTunes 12.7 as part of its effort to streamline its online services on desktop computers. Considering most people probably do all their app management in the App Store on their devices anyway, we can't imagine this making much of a difference in people's lives, other than giving you one less reason to download iTunes.
The new iTunes is available for download on the Mac App Store through the Software Update mechanism. It means the App Store (pictured below) and app library sections are completely gone.
If iTunes 12.7 isn't listed on this page, users should try to refresh the page by pressing command+R on the keyboard, according to Macworld. Following this, head to the update menu and you can see every detail there, as Apple has described how to install the iOS 11 beta here. Click Continue to have your Mac close iTunes and continue with the upgrade. The prompt will tell users that the App Store will no longer be found on iTunes. The update pushes the version to 12.7.
Apple has cut some of the clutter from its iTunes software by removing the ability to buy and transfer iOS apps from the program.
Apple's iOS 11 will include an updated version of the App Store.
The app will use the internet to look for new updates.
The iOS 11 is also created to let developers work their way in adding more augmented reality-based features to their applications that iPhone and iPad consumers can enjoy.