iTunes for Windows due next month

Newsweek reports that Apple expects to release iTunes for Windows next month: "Apple has quietly informed some music insiders that it's moved up the date for expanding its current Mac-only iTunes for the vast universe of Windows-based PCs to mid-October," as it discusses the recent lawsuits by the record companies against individuals and the future of music: "Technology is creating new markets for music as well. The music giants are banking on an exploding U.S. market for dialing up music on cell phones—in effect, you would use your phone as a portable player. It's already a multibillion-dollar business in Europe and Japan."

News source: MacNN

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