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Press Release – 10 million downloads from the iPhone App Store in the first weekend



Press Release – 10 million downloads from the iPhone App Store in the first weekend

Apple today announced that over the weekend, iPhone and iPod touch users downloaded more than 10 million apps from the revolutionary new App Store. The App Store already offers more than 800 native applications, more than 200 of these applications are free.

CUPERTINO, California, USA—July 14, 2008—Apple® today announced that iPhone™ and iPod® touch users have already downloaded more than 10 million apps from its revolutionary new App Store since its launch. at the end of last week. Developers have created a wide variety of innovative mobile apps ranging from games to location-based social networking to medical apps to business productivity tools. Users can wirelessly download these apps directly to their iPhone or iPod touch* and start using them right away. More than 800 native applications are already available in the App Store, more than 200 of these applications are offered for free and more than 90 percent are priced below 8 euros.

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“The App Store is a huge success with a staggering 10 million apps downloaded in just three days,” says Steve Jobs, Apple’s president. “Developers have created some amazing apps, and the App Store can distribute them over the air making them instantly available to any iPhone and iPod touch user.”

Many of these amazing new apps take advantage of the iPhone’s huge screen, Multi-Touch™ user interface, fast hardware-accelerated 3D graphics, built-in accelerometer and location technology to deliver much more mobile apps. powerful than ever before.

The iPhone App Store works over the cellular network and over Wi-Fi, which means it’s accessible from virtually anywhere, so users can buy and download apps wirelessly and start using them instantly. Some of the applications are free and others have a price that is paid through the user’s iTunes® account; In addition, the App Store notifies the user of the appearance of new updates for the applications that he already has. The App Store is also available in iTunes for Mac® or PC, and iTunes itself syncs apps to iPhone or iPod® touch via USB cable.

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* Requires software update download which is sold separately at a price of 7.99 euros.