Apple's sending around a "Decade of iTunes" collection of songs to journalists. Here's what's in it.
This mysterious package from Apple just landed on our desks this week with no warning.
This almost looks like an invite for something...
Oh, it's just a note from Apple SVP Eddy Cue. Something something, "thank you." OK, got it. What's inside?
Well this looks serious.
That's a gift card for 100 songs on iTunes that Apple's picked out.
And here's a little pamphlet inside that looks just like the instruction manual you'd get with an iOS device.
But it's filled with pictures from Apple's digital Decade of iTunes timeline.
There's also a list of songs. 100 to be exact.
It all starts with AC/DC, one of the longest iTunes Store holdouts, finally agreeing to sell their music on the store this past November.
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