Tuesday, August 10, 2004, 10:00 am PT (01:00 pm ET)
iTunes Music Store coming to PolandFollowing a report that Apple Computer will launch a Danish version of its iTunes Music Store this October, the Gazeta Wyborcza — Poland's most widely distributed daily newspaper — claims that the company will also introduce a Polish version of the store around the same time.
The report, published in Polish, says the music store will open in Poland sometime this fall, but provides no further details.
While the Polish version of the iTunes Music Store is expected to allow access to Apple's iTunes Library, the report sheds doubt that Apple is ready to deliver a localized version of service with a local musical catalog.
Recent reports indicate that Apple is attempting to finalize arrangements that would deliver the iTunes Music Store to several additional European countries this fall, possibly as part of a combined introduction.
Apple currently offers localized versions of the iTunes music store in the United Kingdon, France, Germany, and the United States.
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