It looks as if the stay up for iTunes on the Microsoft Store will proceed into 2018.
All the way through the 2d day of its Construct convention previous in 2017, Microsoft had a marvel announcement: iTunes can be coming to the Microsoft Store (nonetheless the Home windows Store at the time). Additional, the app used to be anticipated to hit the retailer before the end of 2017. As the end of the 12 months approaches, then again, Apple is pouring chilly water on that timeline.
In a commentary to ZDNet's Mary Jo Foley, an Apple spokesperson said that iTunes won't land on the Microsoft before the end of the 12 months, bringing up a necessity for the time to "get it proper." From the commentary:
We have now been running with Microsoft to ship the complete iTunes revel in to our shoppers and we want slightly extra time to get it proper
There is no new timeline to be had, and it isn't precisely transparent what's maintaining issues up. Possibly, we're going to nonetheless see iTunes hit the Store in the future in 2018.
For many Windows 10 customers, this most probably won't topic a lot; when you have the want for iTunes, you'll be able to merely use the same old desktop app. Then again, for any individual the usage of Windows 10 S, which is locked to putting in packages from the Microsoft Store, this lengthen may just end up slightly irritating.