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iTunes for Windows... and AOL?

Fortune Magazine was apparently given an exclusive on the new iPods and Music Service.



They published a series of articles on Apple's new offerings, and provides some details and industry opinions of the planning and execution of the new service.



Of particular interest mentioned in the article are the economics of the endeavour -- with Apple paying the record companies an average of 65cents per track... as well as Apple's expansion into Windows.



According to the article, Apple is planning on introducing a Windows version of iTunes -- not only that, but it's also trying to land a deal in which AOL would adopt iTunes as its music management software... opening the doors to AOL's 26 million subscribers.