Apple no longer includes iTunes on the CD with your iPod, iPhone, or iPad. Instead, he offers it as a download from his website. If you have a Mac, you don’t usually need to download iTunes – it comes pre-loaded on all Macs and is part of the installed Mac OS X. However, if you’ve deleted iTunes, you’ll need to download and reinstall it. If you’re in that situation, here’s how to find and install iTunes on a Mac, and then use it to sync with your iPod, iPhone, or iPad.
How to Uninstall iTunes on Mac
To uninstall iTunes on Mac, you can use the Terminal command line or CleanMyMAc uninstaller. The fastest method is to install the CleanMyMac app and to uninstall iTunes on Mac in a minute.
Terminal Command Line(Best for Geeks)
- Go Finder > Application > Utilities > Terminal.
- Type cd/Applicants/ (press enter)
- Type Sudo rm -rf iTunes.app/ (press enter)
- Enter password when system ask you
This is a handy app that cleans up Mac’s hard drive and keeps the Mac in good shape. It has a program Uninstaller that allows you to remove programs at once completely, including iTunes. The steps of it are –
- Download CleanMyMac
- Install app on Mac
- Launch it
- Click Uninstaller
- Choose an app to uninstall
- Highlight iTunes
How to Reinstall iTunes on Mac?
Go to apple’s iTunes official page and download iTunes. However, you can go to Mac App Store and from there reinstall iTunes on Mac.