Windows Users have been using iTunes since the very beginning stages of the iPhone but it was never a complete app. If you wanted to manage your iCloud, you would have to download a standalone iCloud App which had the least functionality but now, according to a tweet from an Italian Blog Aggiornamenti Lumia, Apple might be releasing a Windows App soon.
A new @Apple app coming soon to the Microsoft Store? ?
— Aggiornamenti Lumia (@ALumia_Italia) July 11, 2020
It’s unclear if the app would merge iTunes, iCloud and also bring in Apple TV+. There is no other information about the functionality or features of the App. But, it is to be noted that last year Apple was hiring engineers on LinkedIn who had experienced with Universal Windows Apps (UWP) so that they could build the “next generation” of Windows Apps.
Apple has killed iTunes on macOS and has separated the apps. If they were to follow their own footsteps we might see a multiple number of Apps up on the Microsoft Store instead of just one.
We don’t know the credibility of the source since they have had never reported anything about Apple. But if the rumor comes to be true, it might be a great news for all the iPhone Users with a Windows PC. As always take this piece of information with a grain of salt until Apple confirms it themselves.