Apple announced today that The Beatles have joined the iTunes library after hyping up a day we would “never forget”. The press releases states,
Apple Corps, EMI and Apple today announced that the Beatles, the most influential and beloved rock band in music history, are now available for the first time on the iTunes Store (www.itunes.com). Starting today, the group’s 13 legendary remastered studio albums with iTunes LPs, the two-volume “Past Masters” compilation and the classic “Red” and “Blue” collections are available for purchase and download on iTunes worldwide as either albums or individual songs. Fans can also get a special digital “Beatles Box Set” featuring the “Live at the Washington Coliseum, 1964″ concert film, a worldwide iTunes exclusive which captures the Beatles’ very first US concert.
All Things Digital is reporting that Apple has exclusive writes of digital distribution of The Beatles “into 2011″. This is good news for fans of The Beatles but I, personally, will have no trouble forgetting this announcement.
Apple has an earth-shattering announcement tomorrow regarding something that is iTunes related. Well, it might not be earth shattering but Apple sure believes it’s something major as they are hyping it up as a “day that you’ll never forget”. If the announcement is what many – including myself – believe which is The Beatles coming to iTunes for download… consider me unimpressed. We will of course have the announcement here on the website as soon as it’s announced.
Yesterday’s Keynote of Steve Jobs at MacWorld dragged everybody to the Internet, not just Apple fans but many other Internet enthusiast. It even pull down Twitter during the keynote. I downloaded the MacBook Air guided Tour and just finished watching it in its full glory and here are the few words that slipped off my lips – awesome, damn, jesus, holy cow, oh! man – I think I seriously need to get a MacBook Air. Continue reading →