This mysterious package from Apple just landed on our desks this week with no warning.
April 25, 2013 4:25 PM PDTUpdated: April 26, 2013 3:24 PM PDT
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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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