South Africa’s News24: Apple’s iTunes ‘well worth rather hefty 19.2 MB download’

“It’s been called ‘the best software jukebox in the world,’ and if you try Apple’s iTunes. I’m sure you’ll see why. Initially only for the Macintosh, a version for Windows has also been around for a while now. iTunes, which is free, encodes high-quality MP3s as well as pristine AAC. It has added features like free fast CD burning,” Louis Nel writes for out of South Africa.

“iTunes 4.1 is available for Mac OS X and iTunes 4.1.1 for Windows XP and Windows 2000. Other requirements are a 500 MHz Pentium class processor or better, 128 MB RAM minimum/256 RAM recommended and the latest Windows service packs recommended,” Nel writes. “It’s a rather hefty download at 19.2 MB, but well worth it.”

Full article here.


  1. Maybe… but the South African’s can wait their turn. Europe first…. it’s been itching for iTMS for months now. Plus it’s a wealthy market with a considerable disposable income…. the UK, France, Germany and Scandinavia especially.

    And HP’s deal can only help in that regard.

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