During Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) 2005 Keynote Presentation, Apple CEO Steve Jobs said that Apple’s iTunes Music Store has now sold more than 430 million downloads.
“We’ve had a lot of competition, and what’s happened? Our market share’s gone up,” Jobs said. “It’s now 82 percent in the month of May.”
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