Apple's iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store goes live for iPhone
Over in the US, iPhone owners are feeling gleeful today, after the release of iPhone firmware 1.1.1. Well, apart from the people who’ve unlocked their iPhones, who are probably feeling a bit anxious for good reasons.
But anyway, the reason for celebration is that 1.1.1 includes Apple’s iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store application, allowing iPhone users to purchase and download songs over the air. Appleblog TUAW has been trying it out, and is impressed:
“This is a very nice piece of software: Speedy, simple and similar enough to the ‘full’ version of the iTunes Store that there’s no learning curve at all,” they write. Here’s hoping that the Wi-Fi Store is preloaded when the iPhone goes on sale here on 9th November.
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