Following several delays, Apple appears to be ready to launch its iTunes Music Store in Australia. The company has announced that it will hold a special media event next Tuesday in the country with two senior Apple executives. An Apple spokesperson told ZDNet Australia that Eddie Cue, vice president of iTunes, and Greg Joswiak, vice president of iPod product marketing, would be talking to the press at 9:00 am, but provided no further details. The Australian store is expected to provide nearly one million songs at between AU$0.99 and AU$1.69 per song.
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