On the Mac, users will have to open the App Store from the Applications folder or from the App Dock. Apple recommends you now use the respective apps on your iOS device to manage the removed items.
If you have an iOS app, ringtone or book that are no longer available for redownload, "you can move that content to your iOS device while plugged in to a computer with a USB cable", Apple says.
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"The new App Store makes it easy to get, update, and redownload apps-all without a Mac or PC", said Apple.
ITunes has always been derided for being bloated, and this latest change seems to be Apple's attempt to get things back under control. Next, users will have to click on the Update button on the top of the window.
When you launch iTunes 12.7 you'll see a disclaimer about the changes.
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When opening iTunes 12.7 for the first time, users will be greeted by an update prompt from Apple. You'll need to re-download them.
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Apple removes App Store from iTunes 12.7.