And the iTunes leaks continue, this time with iTunes 9! Apple says [iTunes link]:
The world's No.1 music store just got a makeover. With the iTunes Store's beautiful new look, everything you love- music, movies, TV shows, apps, games, podcasts and audiobooks - is even easier to explore.
The visual experience of the record album returns with iTunes LP. Get a gorgeous, immersive version of select albums -- right in your iTunes library. So while you listen to your favorite songs by your favorite artists, you can also five into beautiful animated lyrics and notes, performance videos, artists and band photos and more.
It's like waiting to open your birthday presents, isn't it? We know, we're suffering along with you. Luckily none of us have to suffer alone. Come on over to TiPb's iPhone Forums. The company is great and the conversation is hot, so jump in (registration is quick, easy, and free!).
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Back in February there were rumors of something called iTunes Replay, that would allow users to store their media purchases -- which can easily grow to 10s if not 100s of GBs fairly quickly -- on Apple's servers and then stream them down to iTunes, Apple TV, or their iPhone or iPod touch on-demand.
For those of you who are not familiar with our Apps for Less posts, they are a great way for us to point out a few good iPhone (and iPod touch) applications available in the App Store that are currently on sale, or ones that have come down to a price permanently that we feel are worth mentioning to our readers.
First app worth a mention was a much anticipated game, EA's SimCity. [iTunes Link] Now for a limited time you can design, build and manage the city of your dreams for $2.99!