The first glimpse of Apple’s new Music and TV apps for Mac has been revealed with less than a week to go before WWDC 2019.
9to5Mac published two leaked screenshots of macOS 10.15 this morning just one day after they showed off leaked screenshots of iOS 13’s dark mode. The Music app and TV app screenshots look pretty bare, but reveal some new UI tweaks before Apple’s big keynote on June 3.
Take a look at the new Music app:
Guilherme Rambo reports that the new Music app on macOS 10.15 will have the ability to sync iPhones and iPods. Apple moved the search bar to the sidebar that is organized into multiple categories. The sidebar icons use the same color as the app but with a gradient from the top to bottom.
On the TV app, content is divided into different sections. “Watch Now”, “Movies”, “TV Shows”, “Kids” and “Library” are the main options up top and then you can filter by Genre on the left side bar. Interestingly, Apple didn’t integrate the search bar into the sidebar like it did with the new Music app.
Apple will announce full details of macOS 10.15 at its WWDC 2019 keynote. Other features are expected to include more integration with Apple Watch, the ability to use iPad as a second monitor, a Siri Shortcuts app and the ability to run some iPad apps on Mac.