So I go to El Salvador every year, and I don't see an apple store anywhere!!!! in the country!!!!!!, According to this article, http://gizmodo.com/240341/apple-to-latin-america-we-dont-care-about-you-compadres "It seems that Steve Jobs, Apple's Mariachi-in-Chief, doesn't care much about Latin America other than to get his soy cheese and tofu-stuffed jalapeños. According to the argentinian correspondent for Silicon News, «buying an iPod in Latin America is almost an odyssey. The price is much more expensive than in any other part of the world, is hard to find technical support and there's almost no accessories to be found anywhere». The official prices are certainly outrageous: a 2 gigabyte iPod nano costs $328 in Brazil and $323 in Argentina, compared to $149 here. Things get even worse after the jump. To add insult to injury, the iTunes Latino Store actually doesn't work in South America. Only people living the USA can access it. All in all, a pretty sad picture of the state of all things Apple just across the border; a state that is echoed by the opinion of users and bloggers from these countries, who feel that Apple just doesn't give a damn about them. Jesus Diaz" I would really love to see an apple store, in Latin America, and South America, All my buddies in these countries love ipods and iphone's!, Now I know that their might be people saying, that the vast majority of these countries are third world countries, and a lot of piracy exist! and that not a lot of people can afford this devices, but at least an apple store in the local international airports would be nice. Please Vote!