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Apple cues up iTunes for Windows

The company heads into new territory with a version of its iTunes service for Windows. But will it make beautiful music on the balance sheet?

Apple heads into new territory with a version of its iTunes service for Windows. But will it make beautiful music on the balance sheet?


Windows users jump at the chance to try Apple's iTunes jukebox software--and reactions range from unabashed praise to complaints of bugs.
October 17, 2003


update Stating that "hell froze over," Apple CEO Steve Jobs expands his digital music service into the much larger market for Windows-based PCs.
October 16, 2003


update Although iTunes for Windows was launched amid much fanfare, the company says it doesn't have any illusions that it can make great profits from selling songs over the Net.
October 16, 2003


The Mac maker plans to offer a microphone and other add-ons for its digital music player as part of a broad music announcement.
October 16, 2003


update The Mac maker posts a fourth-quarter net income of $44 million, or 12 cents per share, narrowly topping Wall Street expectations.
October 15, 2003

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