Apple recently released iTunes 12.7 and boy have the unexpected changes shocked some people. Like, no longer can you browse iOS App Store on your computer! Here’s our quick rundown of all the major changes in iTunes 12.7 that you should be aware about.

Apple says the new iTunes focuses on music, movies, TV shows, podcasts and audiobooks.

As a result, apps for your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch are now exclusively available through App Store on those devices. Those of you who have been using desktop iTunes to back up the apps installed on your devices are now left out in the cold.

App Store links you click on websites like ours now redirect back to the browser and load an iTunes preview page showing information about an app. The problem is, iTunes Preview pages on the web currently don’t offer a way to purchase apps. Previously, app links launched desktop iTunes showing standard app description along with the Get/Buy buttons.

Not only is App Store no more in iTunes 12.7, but the ability to browse, download and sync ringtones has been removed from the software as well. On a more positive note, iOS 11 has introduced the ability to redownload your previously purchased ringtones directly to your iPhone or iPad so be sure to check that out.