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Apple opens Wi-Fi tunes store

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 05 Sep 2007 14:13 User comments (3)

Apple opens Wi-Fi tunes store With the introduction of its new">iPod Touch that has wireless capabilities, Apple also announced today that it would be starting an iTunes WiFi Music Store which would allow users to purchase and download songs directly to the Touch.
Apple also said the service will soon be available for the iPhone which also received a $200 USD price cut. Apple did not say exactly when the iPhone update was coming but did say that it would be provided later this month.

The large coffee chain Starbucks could prove to be a godsend for those with the Touch or iPhone as the users will be able to see the songs that are playing in the stores and download them using a special Starbucks section that will appear. There is also an option to see the last 10 tracks played in case you missed a title.


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3 user comments

15.9.2007 14:20

sweet first post....but the new touch looks cool and i think thw wifi store is a good idea

25.9.2007 15:09

This is a cool idea. I like the tie in with Starbucks...

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 05 Sep 2007 @ 20:33

310.9.2007 16:24

apple seems to be showing the rest how to do these amazing things in the market and the rest are trying to keep up.

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