Apple VP confirms iTunes Store movies for Europe this year

Apple Store“Apple plans to offer films for sale through iTunes before the end of the year, a senior Apple executive has claimed,” Jonny Evans reports for Macworld UK.

“Apple’s vice president for Europe, Pascal Cagni, revealed the plans during an intervew with French language business daily Les Echos this week,” Evans reports.

Full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Judge Bork” for the heads up.]


  1. Hey buster..
    Maybe we could get our politicos talkin and make a deal..
    Something like …

    You export cheap meds to the US, and you get content for the ITMS, TV and the iPhone …

    Sound like a plan ?

  2. Europe is second in line after the US because of the market. Simple economics….

    (that and the fact that His Steveness was upset by the article the other day accusing him of never visiting that corner of his domain.)

  3. @oh my

    In general great concept, in practice I don’t know…
    Can you imagine Bush and Harper talking to each other? It would be like Dumb and Dumber part II.

    The thing I hate most about the North American Free Trade Act is all the restrictions preventing us from trading with each other.

    Mr. Harper…’.tear down these walls’ (so it doesn’t block our view of TV programs)

    Besides…you guys got any use for craploads of Maple syrup. I hate the stuff.

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