The Beatles on iTunes - Internet Explodes with White Album Puns

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Uncle Woody

After all the lengthy and expensive court battles over copy write infringement we now have access
to the two greatest achievements of the 20th century! Apple computers and the Beatles for downloading
from them. Come on and get happy people! If not for yourselves then for others who see this as a step
forward in the direction of co branding and harmony. I applaud Steve Jobs for the persistence and
fortitude to see this through.

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nymacman

can they PLEASE take that damned splash screen of them off Apples web site. Ok I get it!

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pottymouth

More money for Michael Jackson!

...or his estate anyway.

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b_dubb

give cashing in on the memory of john lennon a chance

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egalindoh

Apple, you can roll over those songs, make a stick and shove them where the sunlight doesn't reach you !!!

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CupcakeKiller

About the Beatles/iTunes revelation, but what is the huge demand for the iOS 4.2? What will that produce that everyone is in such a hurry for? Just curious!

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twenty20burton

I can't speak for everyone, but I just want to be able to use all the features that iOS4 offers for the iphone on my iPad.

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pottymouth

That's it exactly

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twenty20burton

Their stocks better not drop because of this crap. That will be like getting kicked in the balls and getting my wallet stolen at the same time!

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denalidad

Good grief, Steve Jobs. You have no idea how important "a day to remember" is. This is another marketing coup for you and your stockholders, but it is NOT a day to remember. Good grief. You have become an arrogant, selfish company. Stop already.

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barry1of4

To call this lame is disrespectful to lame stuff everywhere!
The Beatles were and are great, but this is not an "Apple" announcement. If this were April 1, I could understand it.
Hey Jobs! Look over here, Sparky. Get iOS 4.2 out ... today! Call it repentance for this uber-lame Beatles announcement.
Remember ... TODAY!

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Johnny Mac

Ok..unimpressed - ho hum, drab, dull, boring, tedious, monotonous, dry, dreary; unexciting, unimaginative, uninspiring, insipid, lackluster, flat, stale, wishy-washy, colorless; lame, tired, sterile, anemic, barren, tame; middle-of-the-road, run-of-the-mill, mediocre, nondescript, characterless, mundane, unremarkable, humdrum, plain-vanilla.

Did I miss anything?

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Raptor568

Really… The next time Apple says they have an announcement that will be a day to remember people won’t even care. Apparently Apple forgot about the story of crying wolf!!! I suppose their logic of even bad press gets them noticed was the mentality. Get back to the basics Apple that where the success is at.

I would have to agree this was very boring..

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donahue4

The Beatles finally on iTunes is cool, but definitely not worth of a "day will will remember forever." I too agree, I wanted something from Apple, like a iOS4.2 or iTunes cloud update. Super lame!

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donahue4

The Beatles finally on iTunes is cool, but definitely not worth of a "day will will remember forever." I too agree, I wanted something from Apple, like a iOS4.2 or iTunes cloud update. Super lame!

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Emmett The Crab

I got up at 6:00 AM for this? (Alaska Time). I was really hoping for Ios 4.2. I want my iPad folders!

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twenty20burton

There really aren't many things that Apple does that pisses me off. Most of the anxious waiting I do before a product reveal will pay off in the end. This was a great big kick in the balls. Really Apple? I can now purchase Beatles albums through you!?! Woopty freakin' doo! Guess what... this day will be forgotten by tomorrow.

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studfrog

I was hoping for something Apple, not something Beatles. Sure they are great artist, but not something to stir up the Apple community for. I can just see some generations today going "Beatles? Who's that?"

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nymacman

How lame, hardly unforgettable.

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molotovmouse

I certainly hope this 'day that you'll never forget' crap is more than just the Beatles on iTunes. Seriously now, who cares? My life's dream will not suddenly be realized when Apple can carry the Beatles. How difficult is it to go buy the bloody cd and import it?

If that's it, then that is just pathetic.

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