Apple may be making a major redesign to the desktop wallpaper app, but it’s not just that the new look is familiar.
The company also plans to remove the wallpaper apps most familiar with you, and to start removing the ones you don’t need, the Verge reports.
A new wallpaper will no longer appear in your Apple app store or iCloud when it’s updated, and you’ll be able to choose to ignore it or change it.
The wallpaper apps that you know and love will also be stripped out.
The wallpaper will still be there on your Mac and iPhone, but the new apps will be relegated to the background.
This means that you’ll still see a version of the wallpaper in your Dock or your Mail app when you want it, but that you won’t see any new versions of it on your desktop.
The Verge also says Apple is looking to remove apps that aren’t relevant to the task at hand, like weather or calendar, as well as apps that might be out of date.
This will also apply to apps like GarageBand that are currently in the App Store.
In a blog post, Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company would update the app and website in October, which would include a complete redesign of the desktop wallpapers.
The new wallpaper apps will now have more of a design, and the redesigned website will have more information about the wallpapers and how to use them.
Apple also plans for the wallpaper changes to last for at least a year, with the update being released to the app store in late November.
The app store will be free for everyone until January 1, 2019.