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Apple announced 40GB iPod, reports 10M sold tunes

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 08 Sep 2003 13:34

Apple announced today that its music store, iTunes, has now sold over 10 million songs. Apple launched its store in May and the service is only available to American Mac users, which makes the 10M sound even bigger figure.
To squeeze everything out from the Apple-worshipping music market, company launched yet another version of its culture icon, iPod digital audio player. The new model has 40GB of storage space and comes with a price tag of $499.

Company still promises to deliver a Windows version of its iTunes application later this year. Plans to expand the service outside U.S. market are still unknown.

Source: Reuters

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