iTunes Gift Card USA
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With iTunes and the iPod, Apple had two pieces of the puzzle to gain a foothold in the music business successfully. But Steve Jobs had far more ambitious plans than just selling a trendy multimedia gadget with the iPod. In his eyes, the iPod was nothing less than the starting point of a digital revolution that was to turn the entire music business inside out. To get this revolution rolling, however, Apple needed another piece of the puzzle: the iTunes Store.
The iTunes Store opened its doors in April 2003, at that time under the name iTunes Music Store. From then on, it was possible to get songs in digital form directly via iTunes. Apple started with a range of 200,000 titles from the five largest record labels. A single song in AAC format cost 99 cents; for an album, Apple charged $ 9.99. Songs purchased in the iTunes Music Store could be copied to multiple Macs and iPods and, of course, burned to CD.
The iTunes Store announcement made waves in the music industry. It came at a time when the entire industry was facing collapsing sales. The rapidly growing number of MP3 player owners increasingly rejected the classic music CD. At the same time, the download numbers of the increasingly popular music exchange sites on the Internet exploded. The record labels stood by and watched as the digital revolution changed the laws of the market in record time, and their traditional sales channels lost their importance.
With the iTunes Store, Apple had done what the record labels had all failed to do. Namely, to put together a working business model for the distribution of digital music. Apple CEO Jobs personally sat down with the music bosses and negotiated the agreements. Two-thirds of iTunes sales should go to the music industry; a third went to Apple’s cash registers.
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