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14 million iPods sold during holiday quarter

During his keynote speech at Macworld Expo this morning, Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced that more than 14 million iPods were sold during the holiday quarter, or more than 100 every minute. Jobs also said that over 850 million songs have now been purchased and downloaded from the iTunes Music Store, and that iTunes holds an 83% share of the digital music market. In addition, Jobs said that 8 million videos have been sold since they were added to iTunes in October.

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...and the iPod juggernaught rolls on….14 MILLION iPods. That is astounding! With that kind of installed user base the iPod should continue it’s successful iPod run this year. And THE 4GB Black Nano is STILL not in stock at my local Best Buy or Target!

Posted by Tenchi211 in California on January 11, 2006 at 8:48 PM (CST)

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