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Classification Entertainment
Type Media player, CD ripper, Optical disc authoring, Tag editor, and Podcasting
Creator(s) Apple Inc.
First Release January 9, 2001
Development status Active
License Freeware

OS Windows (7 or later), Mac OS X (10.8.5 or later), and iOS
R.A.M. 512 MB[1]
Permanent Storage 400 MB[1]

iTunes is a digital media player started by Apple Inc. in 2003 and reportedly to be discontinued by Apple in 2019 or soon thereafter. It has served as a medium between users and the iTunes store, where songs are offered for 69¢, 99¢ or $1.29 (often depending on the song's popularity) and movies and television shows are offered at various prices. The music pricing scheme was formerly a universal 99¢ price, but this was changed due to demands from music labels.[2][3]


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  2. Murad Ahmed (Apr 08 2009). Apple crumbles and ups cost of iTunes music (English). Retrieved on Apr 26 2009.
  3. iTunes offers new prices (English). Agence France-Presse. Google (Apr 07 2009). Retrieved on Apr 26 2009.

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