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There’s nothing worse than rocking the boat when it comes to the reactionary state of consumers right this minute.APPLE is moving on from the model that launched a music revolution and the shock move has left one question unanswered: "What happens to my music library?It’s unlikely Apple will make any moves all at once – instead we’ll see one app at a time, or a gradual full-functionality release for each service.Apple doesn’t want to rock the boat when it comes to its moves toward a more services-based business model.“If you’ve got content purchased through Apple, it’ll still be on record with them and should be accessible on compatible devices.
Most of the reaction was from users nostalgic about the end of an era for technology that relegated CDs to the drawer that never gets opened in the TV unit and ushered in the i Pod.
Music, TV, Podcasts, and “perhaps” Books apps will be in the mix, and the Apple services machine will be kicked into full gear before school is out.
Word comes from 9to5Mac’s Guilherme Rambo as well as developer Steve Troughton-Smith on Twitter that Apple’s Marzipan project will make waves this upcoming season.
Apple’s been using the i Tunes brand as a cover-all for lots of different sorts of media for the past near-20-years.
It’s been far too long since the name represented the actual content – MP3 files downloaded from the i Tunes music store.