Apple has announced that music fans have purchased and downloaded more than 250 million songs from the iTunes Music Store.
In what could be considered a marketing trick, consumers are being forced to wait two to four weeks if they want an iPod Shuffle.
Apple's new iPod Shuffle flash player comes in two models, 512MB holding up to 120 songs for just $99 and 1GB holding up to 240 songs for just $149.
Apple is targeting iPod owners with their new Mac mini which will be priced at just under $500 dollars.
According to ExtremeiPod, an Apple executive has revealed that the company is working on a cell phone capable of playing songs purchased from the iTunes Music Store.
Jupiter Research analyst Michael Gartenberg has posted in his weblog that the real reason why Apple is slow to bringing a video iPod to market is because of legality.
Apple has introduced the iPod Photo, the newest member of the iPod family that lets you take your entire music and photo library with you wherever you go.
Motorola and Apple are partnering to enable iTunes music to be played on wireless phones.
The agreement ends a situation that could have kept many local favorites off Apple's iTunes Music Store in Britain, France, and Germany.
Apple has signed licensing agreements with three of the largest European independent music labels to the iTunes UK, France and Germany stores.
Apple's latest iPod features a new click wheel and up to 12 hours of battery life.
Apple iPod sales enjoyed a triple-digit increase during the companyâ€™s fiscal third quarter, helping Apple post a net profit of $61 million on sales of $2 billion.
Apple announced Monday that over 100 million songs have been purchased and downloaded through the iTunes Music Store.
Music fans have purchased and downloaded more than 100 million songs from the Apple iTunes Music Store, marking a major milestone for the emerging online music business.
Apple has announced a giveaway related to the countdown to 100 million songs downloaded on iTunes.