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Apple Unveils the iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store
- 06 September, 2007 17:56
<p>Wireless Music Downloads Directly to iPod touch</p>
<p>SYDNEY—6 September 2007—Apple today unveiled the iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store, offering music fans the ability to browse, search, preview, purchase and download songs and albums from the iTunes Music Store over a Wi-Fi network directly onto their iPod touch. With the iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store, music fans can start enjoying their music purchases immediately on their iPod touch with no computer required. Once they connect their iPod touch back to their PC or Mac, downloaded music will automatically sync back into their iTunes library. If users have only partially downloaded a song or album onto their iPod touch, their computer will complete the download automatically. Prices and selection on the iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store are the same as on the regular iTunes Store.</p>
<p>“The iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store is really fun—you can browse, search, freely preview, buy and instantly download music right onto your iPod touch” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “Innovative products like this keep iTunes at the forefront of the digital music revolution.”</p>
<p>Apple today also released the next generation of the world’s most popular music and video jukebox, iTunes 7.4, now available as a free download at www.iTunes.com. iTunes 7.4 includes a larger viewing area for movies and TV, filling the entire iTunes window for a richer, seamless video playback experience that looks better than ever. You can now rate entire albums as well as individual songs.</p>
<p>The iTunes Store is the world's most popular online music and music video store and has become the number three music retailer in the US, surpassing both Amazon and Target.* The iTunes Store features the world's largest catalogue with over four million songs, 7,000 music videos, 100,000 podcasts and 20,000 audiobooks and has sold over three billion songs globally.</p>
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