You could try iTunes 12.6.5 which still allows app management, but I'll be surprised if it works either. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT208079I have kept iTunes 184.108.40.206 to enable me to manage and sync my Apps from my iMac . After install of IOS 13 beta, iTunes does not see my iPad Pro connected at all.
Is it possible to post a screenshot?Just installed iTunes 12.6.5 and it now works, Thanks
Update, Just updated some apps but noted that in iTunes Home screens there is still only a 5x4 matrix of icons visible instead of a 6x5 You can just see the very top of the icons in the next row.
Yes I know that about the increased icon density, but i didn´t understand your first screenshot was from iTunes app management pages. Anyway, it does not bother me in the least as long as I can use iOS13 with iTunes 220.127.116.11 on Mojave ( not going over to Catalia)iPadOS increased the icon density for iPads so you can fit more apps on a given screen. The old version of iTunes does not properly recognize that.
I noticed this as well. I wanted to manage my iTunes library centralized from my Mac but you can't. iTunes reports "iCloud Music Library is On" [enabled on your phone]. If you google how to turn it off, it points to an option under Settings.. Music ... iCloud Music Library which IS NOT PRESENT UNDER iOS 13. So it seems at present, you can't transfer your own music library to your phone without subscribing to iTunes Match, or Apple Music. Both of which are paid subs.I have kept iTunes 18.104.22.168 to enable me to manage and sync my Apps from my iMac . After install of IOS 13 beta, iTunes does not see my iPad Pro connected at all.
If you think about the file sharing section (swapping files between the apps installed on your device and iTunes) it is fine and works just as before.I was just concerned that it would update iTunes to a higher version than 22.214.171.124 and I would lose the ability to sync my Apps from my iMac.
Update, When I updated my 9.7inch iPad Pro then I tried to update my Apps I get this message which I just canceled. However my iPad Pro still syncs fine. No exactly sure what it is trying to install. Same happens with my iPhone SE. Never happened when I was running IOS 13.1 Beta.
This is from Apple support pages:-
"If your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch has a newer version of iOS than is supported by your Mac, you may see this alert: "A software update is required to connect to your iOS device. Would you like to download and install this update now?""
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No. What he mentions here is the ability to install apps to connected iOS devices directly from iTunes, not App Store.If you think about the file sharing section (swapping files between the apps installed on your device and iTunes) it is fine and works just as before.
Yep, there is. However, that updated version won’t let you install iOS 13 via iTunes. I end up using a separate Catalina partition to get the job done.I'm receiving this same message on 126.96.36.199, but I can dismiss it and synch my devices just fine.
I didn't realize there was an updated version of iTunes (12.6.5) that still allows you to download, update, and manage apps in iTunes?
Yep, there is. However, that updated version won’t let you install iOS 13 via iTunes. I end up using a separate Catalina partition to get the job done.