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Today in Apple history: iTunes rips its way onto Mac

January 9, 2001: Steve Jobs introduces customers to iTunes at Macworld. In a world before the iPod or the iTunes Store, iTunes is simply described by Apple as, “the world’s best and easiest to use jukebox software that lets users create and manage their own music library on their Mac.” Even the biggest Apple fanboy […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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