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Rethinking the iTunes Store

Philip Michaels | April 4, 2013
Mark your calendars because the iTunes Store has an anniversary coming up. Apple started selling music downloads on April 28, 2003--a business decision that seems to have worked out pretty well for the company considering that Apple has since sold more than 25 billion songs.

Mark your calendars because the iTunes Store has an anniversary coming up. Apple started selling music downloads on April 28, 2003--a business decision that seems to have worked out pretty well for the company considering that Apple has since sold more than 25 billion songs.

There'll be time enough to reflect on the impact of the iTunes Store later this month. In this episode of the Macworld Podcast, I'm joined by executive editor Jonathan Seff and senior editor Dan Moren, as we reflect on another aspect of the store's stellar growth over the past decade--the fact that the iTunes Store itself has gotten a little unwieldy in recent years.

And stick around after our iTunes discussion for some bonus talk, as Dan Moren fills us in on the iPhone 5 coming to T-Mobile.

 

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