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The iTunes Music Store is ready for launch in Latin America

the itunes music store is now ready for its launch in latin america

Although at first it was thought that the December 8 would be the day chosen by Manzana to launch your iTunes Music Store in Brazil, The Next Web portal has reported that the arrival of the apple online music store could be extended to all Latin American countries.

Rumors suggest that the iTunes launch in the American continent (except Mexico, where it is already available) could be accompanied by the inclusion in the iTunes music catalog of the Brazilian interpreter Roberto Carlos, who still does not have his repertoire in the iTunes store, and which is very popular in the Latin American market.

For now, users of iTunes latinos they can only buy music in dollars, since the adaptation to the local currencies of each country will take around 6 months until it is operational. This is a major limitation for the online store since not everyone has a credit card to pay in dollars (despite the fact that most users of Manzana they do have one).