Apple might launch iTunes subscription service

Posted on Monday, May 16 2005 @ 19:43 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
It is said that Apple might add a iTunes subscription model to respond to the new music download services from Yahoo, Napster and Real.
Mr. Milunovich further remarked on unused icons in Tiger that seem to support other music formats, as discovered by columnist Robert Cringely. Also noted was support for the video H.264 codec, which could mean a future iTunes video store or even a video iPod.
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