Macworld reports that Apple has added a new ‘download later‘ prompt to large media purchases “such as movies, TV shows, TV Season Passes, full TV seasons, movie bundles, and music box sets” made in iTunes or on the mobile iTunes Store. » Apple Adds “Download Later” Option To Large Purchases On Mobile iTunes Store
According to the latest news Apple has launched the iTunes Music Store in 56 new countries including Russia, Turkey, India, South Africa and 52 additional countries. All these countries now have access to an incredible selection of local and international music from all the major labels and thousands of independent labels. » Apple Launches iTunes Store In 56 New Countries Including Russia, Turkey and India
Apple just announced the launch of the iTunes Store in Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan and nine additional countries in Asia including Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Sri Lanka and Vietnam. iTunes Store is featuring an incredible selection of local and international music from all the major labels and thousands of independent labels. Read the full press release after the break. » Apple Launches iTunes Store In Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan & Nine Additional Countries In Asia Today
According to 9to5mac sources, Apple will come with major software changes in iOS 6 that is focused on improved interactivity when making purchases in iTunes, the App Store, and the iBookstore. “Social is a big piece of the store overhauls, and Facebook integration is being tested in the iTunes Store portion, at least“. » iOS 6 Will Get A Redesigned iTunes Store, App Store, & iBookstore
TheNextWeb reported that the Apple TV is now available in the Brazilian online Apple Store, only a few hours after Apple started offering films and music in the Brazilian iTunes Store. In Brazil Apple products are way more expensive than in the US, the Apple TV can be purchased for R$399 in Brazil (US$217) while it only costs $99 in the US. » Apple TV Is Now Available In Brazil
According to a new report Apple will double the length of free song samples this week, from 30 seconds to 60 seconds. Greg Sandoval of CNet reported Monday said that Steve Jobs most likely will announce at the Media Event “tomorrow 1 September” that iTunes users will be able to sample 60 seconds of a song before purchasing it. He also wrote “For those who are hoping Apple will finally launch the cloud music service that CNET and others have written so much about in recent months, you’re likely going to have to keep waiting.” » Apple Will Change iTunes Song Samples From 30 To 60 Seconds & No Cloud-Based iTunes?