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iTunes Music Store: An Australian Guide

Complete with a full review of iTunes 6.0, reviews of the video-capable iPods, answers to FAQs, plus other on-line music buying options.

After plenty of false starts, Apple's iTunes Music Store is finally here. Here's everything you need to know about iTunes, including a review of iTunes 6.0, full reviews of the video-capable iPods, your on-line music buying options (even if you're not an iPod fan) and answers to FAQs.

1. Apple launches iTunes Music Store in Australia | 2. Apple: Our biggest competitor is P2P | 3. FAQ: Find out how iTunes Australia works | 4. Apple iTunes 6 First Take | 5. Apple iPod (video) reviews | 6. Ditch the disc: A guide to online music in Australia

  
Apple launches iTunes Music Store in Australia
Apple Computer today launched its long-awaited iTunes Music Store in Australia, finally giving iPod owners a legal way of downloading music online.
Click here for the full story.
  
  
Apple: Our biggest competitor is P2P
Apple's biggest competitors in the digital music downloading market are illegal music file-sharing services such as Kazaa and BitTorrent, according to iTunes vice-president Eddy Cue.
Click here for the full story.
  
  
FAQ: Find out how iTunes Australia works
Read our extensive FAQ to find out everything you need to know to start downloading songs from the Apple iTunes Music Store.
Click here for the full story.
  
  
Apple iTunes 6
Version 6 of Apple iTunes is the perfect complement to the video-friendly iPod.
Click here for our full review.

Download iTunes 6.0.

  
  
Apple iPod (video)
Get the affordable, sleek, and sexy 5G Apple iPod for its audio virtues. Although video looks great, poor video battery life and a relatively small screen hamper its appeal to video heads.
Apple iPod (30GB, video): Click here for the full review.

Apple iPod (60GB, video): Click here for the full review.

  
  
Ditch the disc: A guide to online music in Australia
CDs are like so 1990s, man. If you're ready to ditch the disc and want to disco over to digital, then check out CNET.com.au's list of the major on-line music stores in Australia.
Click here for the full story.