Macrumors recently reported that Apple has been periodically launching the iTunes Music Store in different E.U. countries which previously did not offer it.
Throughout the day, Apple has opened up iTunes to twelve countries so far – including Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia.
At the same time, Apple also rolled out new iTunes Movie and iBookstore content to European countries which already had iTunes. Some countries which have seen this new content included Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Norway,Sweden, and Italy as of this afternoon.
So, congratulations to those who have been benefited with these new releases. Hopefully, Apple will soon be able to activate more features in other continents as well. However, realize that the process to introduce features such as iTunes can be very difficult, especially when there are different legal conditions in each country
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Jimmy Xiao is the newest addition the the itracki team. He is a freelance writer as well as a huge apple fan. His hobbies include messing around on his itouch and sleeping long hours each day.