According to Rolling Stone, Apple is set to retire the iconic product. They’re expected to announce this during their software keynote at the annual Worlwide Developers Conference in San Jose, California next Monday.

Via RS:

iPhones and iPads already offer separate Music, TV and Podcast apps in lieu of the centralized iTunes app that lives on Macs and Macbooks. Users can expect the new Music app to offer some of the same functionalities that iTunes currently does — such as purchasing songs and syncing phones — just with a sleeker interface that’s free of the outdated and oft-bemoaned features of the heritage product.