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Apple’s Jobs: Video sales exceeding expectations, 5G iPods selling well

As reported yesterday, Apple has sold more than 3 million videos since they were added to the iTunes Music Store in October. Apple CEO Steve Jobs said that figure “far exceeds our initial expectations.” Jobs also said that the new fifth-generation (video) iPod is selling well. While he wouldn’t detail sales of the latest iPod, Jobs did tell USA Today that “it’s no secret that we’re shipping a lot.” In addition, the Apple boss also commented on the proliferation of sites offering free video downloads in iPod format. “We think it’s terrific,” Jobs said of the new sites. “As long as it’s legal.”

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Posted by John on December 9, 2005 at 4:29 AM (CST)

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