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The Press Reacts: iTunes Music Store

We’ve compiled a list of press reactions to the announcement of Apple’s new iTunes Music Store. Click the “Read more” link to view the complete list of links to articles.

“Apple Sweats the Details: The Mac maker’s latest moves into the field of digital music demonstrate its mastery of intuitive hardware and software ‘solutions’” Storage Supersite
“CNN talks to Steve Jobs about iTunes” CNN
“Apple Unveils Revolutionary Online Music Service” Win-Informant
“Apple Tunes Up” Forbes
“Apple’s Different Tune: Jobs Sells Web Music Service as Solution to Piracy” Washington Post
“Apple tunes in on music downloads” Digit Magazine
“Apple unveils its ITunes push” Knight Ridder News
“Apple’s Making Serious Music” Australia Internet.com
“Apple to sell music online at 99 cents U.S. per song: Content from top 5 recording labels—Allows users to copy tunes to CD” Reuters
“Apple Unveils Online Music Service: Company offers digital tunes for downloading, plus new and improved IPods” PCWorld
“Apple music service plays by industry rules” FT.com
“Apple Offers Music Downloads With Unique Pricing” New York Times
“Apple launches 99c a song music service” The Register
“Times a-changin’ for Apple, online music” Seattle Times
“An Apple for a Song: Company starts online music service” Newsday
“The Province: Apple’s after virtual tune trade” Canada.com
“Apple bites into music industry with online service” Associated Press
“Apple unveils service to sell 200,000 digital music titles online” Boston Globe
“Apple Launches Paid Music Service” Wired News
“Apple unveils online music store. Jobs: ‘There is no legal alternative that’s worth beans…’” CNET News
“Taking A Bite Out Of Digital Music: Apple unveils new song service” Knight Ridder Newspapers
“Apple launches online music store: 200,000 Songs Available For 99-Cent Downloads” Mercury News
“Apple launches online service for downloading music legally: Computer company’s new store offers more than 200,000 songs for 99 cents each” Austin American Statesman
“Apple’s online service sells songs for 99 each” USA Today
“Tunes for sale - US only” Macworld UK
“iTunes 4 shares your music” MacUser
“Apple launches music service, releases new iPods” Macworld
“Report—New iTunes Music Store and New iPod Models (with Photos)” Macs Only!
“Jobs & Company Aim To Change The Online Music Scene” Mac OS Planet
“Jobs details the steps that led to the new Music Store” Insanely Great Mac

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I suggest a boycott on Apple’s new music srvice until all software based new features (or at least the play que) are released to older customers. This should get Apple’s attention if enough people do it (and get other to). It should be made known to Apple that restricting update support for older users will not be tolerated. What can current buyers expect when the 4G (technically 3G > 3.0) iPods come out.
And in the meantime if you really need to satisfy your craving for downloading music, there are MANY p2p networks out there (which have a bgger selection, no restrictions, and are free).
Apple’s expectations are set very high for their music store, as were the expectations of all older iPod users for an update

Posted by 1000 Monkeys in PA on April 30, 2003 at 7:36 PM (PDT)

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