You can still find iOS apps, ringtones, and books (PC only) that you've downloaded in your iTunes Media folder.
The upcoming mobile operating system from Apple can be downloaded and installed over-the-air starting on Tuesday, Sept. 19.
iPhone and iPad users will still be able to use the iTunes desktop app to back up their devices. You'll still have access to music, movies, TV shows, audiobooks, and podcasts. Internet Radio has become part of Music, the ringtones section has vanished entirely, and iTunes U can now be found in Podcasts.
On the Mac, users will have to open the App Store from the Applications folder or from the App Dock. The prompt will tell users that the App Store will no longer be found on iTunes.
Even if you're not planning to spend £999 plus on the new iPhone X to get all the latest features, such as Face ID, the new iOS is introducing some functions that should improve the general iPhone experience.
The installation will take a few minutes.
Fortunately, iOS users will not have to wait for a long time before they can install the iOS 11's final version on their compatible iPhones and iPads. 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.
Source the iOS 11 GM IPSW file that is meant for your device. It is debatable whether it is a right step by the company to remove the App Store from the iTunes app as more options are usually preferred by us as users.