iTunes Music Store Australia set to produce

iTunes Music Store Australia set to produce

As iTunes Music Store’s second anniversary approaches on April 28, Apple appears set to produce digital music store around australia, based on local reviews.

Australia’s Courier service Mail has collected a string of admissions by music artists that indicate the lower-under debut might be imminent. Actor Russell Crowe claims his music is going to be available through Apple through the finish of April.

Crowe claims the shop will open April 28, which tunes will definitely cost $1.80 (Australian) per track.

Australian DJ Bexta has additionally stated Apple will launch the service there.

1 Comment

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    December 17, 2009 at 9:02 am

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