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Windows iTunes Music Store confirmed for ‘end of year’

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By Dennis Lloyd

Publisher, iLounge
Published: Monday, June 16, 2003
News Categories: Apple

Macworld UK has a report about a recent interview with Peter Lowe, Head of Consumer Marketing at Apple by Media Analyst, Phil Leigh at ON24 Financial Network.

“Apple remains on track to deliver a Windows version of its iTunes Music Store by the end of the year, a senior executive confirmed last week.

Apple’s director of marketing consumer applications Peter Lowe confirmed the plans in an interview with a top digital-media analyst.

Lowe said: ‘There is a broad set of stuff that needs to be supported. We are working away at it and are on track to deliver it by the end of the year. Developing Windows software can be a challenge at the best of times, as there are so many configurations of Windows PCs and connectivity peripherals.’”

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