iTunes Ireland off to strong start

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    autrefois

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    From the article:

    << The report also estimates that 2,000 iPods were sold in Ireland over Christmas, speculating that 30,000 of these have sold in the Republic since 2000. >>

    I'd love to see the figures for year 2000 sales of the iPod in Ireland... My guess is sales increased infinitely after the iPod was actually announced in 2001. :D

    I'm glad that iTunes Ireland is doing so well despite an apparent lack of publicity. I wonder if Steve will report on iTunes sales worldwide at the keynote tomorrow: maybe a graph showing performance in various countires and/or a brief mention.
     
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    Sadly, I don't think the Irish iTunes is going to give Apple much of a boost in reaching the next 'milestone' number! ;)

    Bought as many as I could, but there were too many gaps in the music selection.
     

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