If we were at a job right now, you’d think the number of retirements happening recently were actually just layoffs in disguise.

Major profile departures by PayPal and Amazon have already shaken the Windows Phone/Mobile ecosystem this year.

This time around, we’re talking about CNN. It has notified Windows Phone 8.1 users that the “application will be retired on Monday, July 18th” and has encouraged them to move on to its website.

Cable News Network brought its Windows Phone app online in 2012 and still will support its desktop app for Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. It still feels like we’re a bit off from any hope of a universal app, especially given that the copyright disclaimer on the app is still attributed to the year 2015.

But if Bank of America can come back to Windows, so can any of these other apps. That is something we can’t rule out.

Source: Windows Central

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