The change is now effecting only a small amount of users who manage their apps, however it may also come as a welcome change for users who have been frustrated with iTunes tendency to download iOS apps in the background.
Windows users can download version 12.7 of iTunes using this link.
AR Kit will make its debut with iOS 11, which means augmented reality-based apps will soon start cropping up in the App Store, and Apple has also talked up improvements to its Photos and Messages apps, a revamped Control Centre and reworked lock screen notifications. Internet Radio has become part of Music, the ringtones section has vanished entirely, and iTunes U can now be found in Podcasts. The Windows version removes the Books section, too.
Apple had been at the receiving end of criticism for making iTunes bloated and heavy with the integration of the app store.
The new iTunes is available for download on the Mac App Store through the Software Update mechanism. With the new built-in application, people can access and arrange their saved data across their iPhone, iPad, iCloud Storage, Mac computers, and even those that are stored in third-party services such as Box and Dropbox. But all of that goes partially to waste if you don't take a proper route of installation of the available update.
Click on the Update button at the top of the app. 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.
The app will use the internet to look for new updates.