1st generation Apple TV and Windows XP / Vista PCs will no longer be able to access the iTunes Store from May 25

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Apple today reported that, as of May 25, 2018, users of First generation Apple TV and PCs with Windows XP / Vista will no longer be able to access the iTunes Store.

According to the company reported in a support article, exactly three months from now, some security changes will be made which will not let such devices access the store.

In the case of first generation Apple TV, we are talking about an obsolete product and, therefore, will not be updated to support these security changes.

Therefore, after May 25, users will only be able to access the iTunes Store on the second generation Apple TV or later.

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In the case of PCs running Windows XP or Vista, they will no longer receive support from Microsoft. Then, the user will not be able to use the latest version of iTunes.

If this is the case, you can continue to use previous versions of iTunes on your Windows PC without Apple support. However, you will not be able to make new purchases or redo downloads from previous purchases on that computer. The ideal, then, is to upgrade to Windows 7 or later with the latest version of iTunes to access the store.

via MacRumors