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Apple is preparing to unveil new iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS features at Monday's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2019 keynote. Ahead of that, we get a taste of what the new Music and TV apps will look like thanks to leaked macOS 10.15 screenshots which surfaced yesterday.

The screenshots, posted by 9TO5Mac, reveal the forthcoming media apps will feel very similar to older iterations, particularly resembling iTunes. The two standalone apps will share a common design but will function independently and for different purposes.

As you can see from the screenshots, both apps feature colorful sidebars (red for Music, blue for TV), with menus corresponding to the color of the app. While the music app shares a lot of design features with iTunes, the TV app has a different setup, with a toolbar with categories including Watch Now, Movies, TV Shows, and others.

Stay tuned for more following the WWDC, which runs from June 3 - 7.

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