Apple to disconnect ‘Obsolete’ First-Gen Apple TV from iTunes in May


Apple has reported today it will drop iTunes bolster for some more established gadgets from May 25. This incorporates the original Apple TV, and furthermore any PC running Windows XP or Vista. The organization is presenting new security changes which will keep those gadgets from utilizing the most recent rendition of iTunes.

Apple says that the first Apple TV is an “out of date Apple item” and won’t be refreshed to help security changes. Just those with the second era of Apple TV or later will have the capacity to get to the iTunes store.

Windows XP or Vista clients won’t have the capacity to utilize the most recent rendition of iTunes, however more established Windows PCs can even now utilize past variants without help from Apple. The individuals who do as such, in any case, won’t have the capacity to make new buys or re-download past buys on that PC. In case you’re on XP or Vista, you’ll have to move up to Windows 7 or later to keep utilizing iTunes regularly.

The written work was at that point on the divider for these gadgets: Windows XP and Vista are never again bolstered by Microsoft, and Apple has beforehand pronounced the first Apple TV out of date.

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