Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) Adds 56 More Countries In New iTunes Music Store

On Tuesday, Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) declared that its new iTunes Music Store release in Russia, Turkey, India, South Africa and 52 additional countries, providing music fans of these countries what they have always required, immediate access of Apple’s enormous online catalog.

Now Apple’s App Store is available in more than 155 countries.

All of the recently added countries will be able to access nearly all popular online music, TV and movie store in the world. Only Russia, Turkey, India plus Indonesia will support movie and video buys, with further territories scheduled to add in the future.

Apple announced that the huge rollout is evidence of Apple’s constant work to expand the reach of world’s largest music store by arresting agreements with regional music publishers and get bigger present licenses overseas.

On other side, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) declared that the iPhone 5 will be available in 50 more markets by year’s end. These markets include Brazil, Russia, South Korea, Taiwan and these markets matters for the reason that there are number of Smartphone users.

In the similar declaration, Apple Inc (AAPL) stated that the iPhone 5 previously has ongoing its path to invasion in 47 other markets. Apple can assert that its products can be purchased about everywhere. This news will certainly satisfies investors concerns regarding Apple’s outlooks..

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