Until the fall of 2019, if you have an iPhone or iPad or use Apple Music, you must have iTunes. Apple later removed iTunes for Mac in favor of separate applications for music and podcasts. Until then, Macs had iTunes installed, but if you use Windows or Linux or need a different version than you already have, you can always download.
Evolution of iTunes, version 1.0 to date
Where to download the latest version of iTunes
Windows users can download iTunes from the Microsoft Store. If you already have it on your computer, you can upgrade iTunes to the latest version to get new features, bug fixes and device support.
Macs running MacOS Catalina or above will no longer run iTunes. Instead, they use a mix of podcasts, music and TV applications. However, the iTunes application is active on the Windows operating system.
If you have a 32-bit version of Windows, download the 32-bit version of the program. On the other hand, if you are using a 64-bit version of Windows, download the 32-bit or 64-bit version.
Get the 64-bit version or the 32-bit version of the latest iTunes.
Where to get iTunes for Linux
Apple did not create the iTunes version specifically for Linux, but that does not mean that Linux users cannot use iTunes. A little more work is enough.
If you need the latest version of iTunes and your computer can run older versions of iTunes, it is not possible to get the right software, but it is not impossible, it is not easy.
Apple does not provide download links for older versions of iTunes, but some versions can be found by searching on Apple’s site. Links to iTunes download pages here:
iTunes 12.8.2 pour Mac iTunes 12.6.2 pour Mac iTunes 12.4.3 pour Mac iTunes 12.4.3 pour Windows (64 bits, anciennes cartes vidéo) iTunes 12.1.3 pour Windows 32 bits iTunes 12.1.3 pour Windows (64 bits, anciennes cartes vidéo) iTunes 12.1.2 pour Windows iTunes 11.4 pour Mac iTunes 10.6.3 iTunes 9.2.1
If you need an older version or have not downloaded it from the Apple site, visit a software archive site such as OldApps.com or OldVersion.com. These websites list versions of iTunes prior to iTunes 4, released in 2003.
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