Apple Expo 2005: Steve Jobs Says No To ITunes Price Increase

Posted: Sep 20 2005, 8:53am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:31pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Apple Expo 2005: Steve Jobs Says no to iTunes Price Increase
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The Apple Expo 2005 started today in Paris. The hottest statement so far from Apple CEO Steve Jobs is that the 'greedy' music industry is not getting their way in wanting to increase iTunes song prices. Stay strong Steve!
More details on ABC News.

In regards to Intel based Mac computers, Steve Jobs says that Apple is on target to deliver Intel based Apple Computers in June of 2006.
More details on Macworld.Steve Jobs also had something to say about Home Entertaiment PCs. He thinks they will not be successful in the living room. More on this on Heise.de (German).

As there will be no big keynote speech, it is not clear if there will be major announcements on this years Apple Expo.

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