Screenshots of Apple’s Upcoming Music and TV Apps on Mac Revealed

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Mac users are eager to see the upcoming major version of macOS at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference next week.

Rumors suggest that Apple will introduce the new standalone apps for Music and Podcasts on Mac, while the TV app will be launched this fall.

Just one day after 9to5Mac revealed leaked screenshots of iOS 13’s dark mode, the website published two leaked screenshots of macOS 10.15.



9to5Mac‘s Guilherme Rambo, who has leaked the screenshots of the new apps, claims that they are legitimate, rather than mockups or concepts, although some parts have been redacted to protect his sources.

According to his report, the new Music app is based on iTunes, due to their similar design language. Apple Music sections including For You, Browse, and Radio are listed in the sidebar with playback controls up top.

The new TV app has a toolbar for switching between Watch Now, Movies, TV Shows, Kids, and Library sections. The sidebar includes the Library subsections of Recently Added, Movies, TV Shows, and Downloaded alongside genres like Action and Adventure, Comedy, Drama, and Kids.

Due to the fact that some information has been redacted, the leaked screenshots are not particularly revealing, though they offer a good sight of the overall look and feel of Music and TV on macOS 10.15. At this point, no screenshots of the rumored Podcasts app have been revealed.

Apple is expected to present macOS 10.15 at its WWDC 2019 keynote on Monday at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time.

According to an uncovered trademark activity, the potential name options of the new macOS 10.15 include macOS Mammoth, macOS Monterey, macOS Rincon, and macOS Skyline.

Photo Credits: 9to5Mac

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