Apple iTunes Music Store Eurpoean launch this autumn

“Computer innovator Apple is reported to be in advanced talks with European record labels in a push to launch a version of its iTunes record store in Europe before the end of the year,” reports europemedia.net.

“The download service from Apple, unequivocally legal due to its licensing agreements reached with content owners, debuted in the US two weeks ago and has met with remarkable success. Despite the proliferation of P2P file-trading sites, such as Kazaa, where many music tracks can be downloaded for free, Mac users are reported to have flocked to Apple’s new service with over 1 million tracks purchased in the first week of operation alone,” europemedia.net says.

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2 Comments

  1. OK, first the US, Europe this autumn, what about the rest of the world?. Apple is aware that there’re Mac users located outside the US and Europe, right?.

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