iTunes Music Store ist kein Goldesel


Apple verdient mit dem iTunes Music Store kein Geld. Dafür verkaufen sie nun mehr iPods.
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«With as much as 70% of each sale going to the record label and the rest eaten up by surprisingly high costs for things like infrastructure and credit-card fees, sales volume must but doesn’t yet compensate. ‚It’s not a way to make a lot of money,‘ acknowledges Jobs. No, it’s a way to help sell iPods. Apple says sales of the music-storing, high-profit-margin palm-size gadgets almost quadrupled between the quarters before and after iTunes‘ launch.»

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