|Itunes Comes to Iceland|
|Written by Iceland Review|
|Tuesday, 26 July 2011 10:00|
Apple has opened an “iOS App Store” and a “Mac App Store” in Iceland, in addition to 32 other countries. Icelandic residents are able to buy access to the iTunes music website through the “App Store.”
The Ipod Touch.
Service to iPad- and iPhone users will increase a great deal; the upcoming iCloud service should also be accessible, mbl.is reported.
“On Friday night at 11:25 pm we got mail from Apple telling us access would be open to Icelandic iPod Touch-, iPad- and iPhone users soon. A new “App Store” was launched recently for users of the Macbooks and desktop computers,” Macland store in Iceland stated in a press release.
The change is substantial for authorized Apple dealers in Iceland and Icelandic Mac-users finally have access to legal applications. Macland will assist customers to access the Apple App Store should they require assistance.
A new Mac operating system OS X Lion will be in stores this week but it can only be accessed through the App Store; in the past, Icelanders had to find ways to access the App Store located in different countries.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 July 2011 04:21|