Apple Unveils Music Store : News Photo

Apple Unveils Music Store

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UNDATED: This photo from Apple Computer shows the company's iPod, a digital music player. Apple launched the iTunes Music Store on April 28, 2003, an online music store that lets customers find, purchase and download music for 99 cents per song. Apple CEO Steve Jobs has described the iTunes Music Store as a way for consumers to legally download music from the Internet while protecting the rights of the artists and music companies. The iTunes Music Store features over 200,000 songs from music companies including BMG, EMI, Sony Music Entertainment, Universal and Warner. (Photo by Apple Computer/Getty Images)
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UNDATED: This photo from Apple Computer shows the company's iPod, a digital music player. Apple launched the iTunes Music Store on April 28, 2003, an online music store that lets customers find, purchase and download music for 99 cents per song. Apple CEO Steve Jobs has described the iTunes Music Store as a way for consumers to legally download music from the Internet while protecting the rights of the artists and music companies. The iTunes Music Store features over 200,000 songs from music companies including BMG, EMI, Sony Music Entertainment, Universal and Warner. (Photo by Apple Computer/Getty Images)
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