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Happy 5th Birthday iTunes

iTunesiTunes is celebrating five years today. In 2003 Apple launched the iTunes Store to work with the iPod. When iTunes launched, Apple was only selling music from the store. In just five short years they have expanded the store to selling Movies, TV Shows, and Games. You can also subscribe to your favorite Podcasts for free from the iTunes store. At the beginning of this year Apple updated their Apple TV to Apple TV Take 2. With this update they introduced movie rentals that can be rented either from your Apple TV or your computer.

Moreover, last year Apple opened the iTunes store to the iPhone and iPod Touch. This is a great feature, because you can shop for you music on your iPhone or iPod Touch. Then the next time you connect your device to your computer it will transfer the downloads to your computer. Now with Apple releasing the iPhone Software 2.0 in a couple of months you will also be able to purchase applications from iTunes right onto your iPhone or iPod Touch.

Apple continues to make the iTunes Store more convenient and innovative with every upgrade. Who knows in five years you might be doing all of you Apple purchases through the iTunes Store.


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  1. The 8 GB, 16 GB, and 32 GB iPod touch devices feature a 3.5-inch widescreen display as well as Wi-Fi wireless networking. Measuring just 8-millimeters thick, the iPod touch features an ambient-light sensor in its display that automatically adjusts brightness to suit the ambient light in your surroundings. We currently offer two versions of the 8 GB and 16 GB iPod touch–with and without the new software applications announced at MacWorld 2008. For those touches without the software upgrades, they are available via the online Apple store for $20. The newest iPod touch–32 GB–ships with the new software applications.

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