Apple launches iTunes to more Asian countries

Macworld Australia Staff
27 June, 2012
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Apple today announced the launch of the iTunes Store in more Asian countries, including Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Sri Lanka and Vietnam.

Customers from the new countries can choose from over 20 million songs available to purchase and download on the iTunes Store, from a selection of international and local artists, and also rent or purchase movies from the iTunes Store.

Previously customers could only download apps through Apple’s app store.

Until now Australia, New Zealand and Japan had the iTunes Stores, however today’s announcement did not include China or India.



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