Nota de prensa oficial de Apple
The iTunes Store has opened its doors in Brazil and fifteen Latin American countries : Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru and Venezuela.
Users in all these countries can now buy and rent music and movies from Apple’s multimedia library with over twenty million titles. And of course, everything is synchronized in the cloud thanks to iCloud. As if the pieces fit yesterday an update of iTunes came out, version 10.5.2 fixing some bugs.
In addition, Brazil has also launched the iTunes Match service , becoming the first country to open this service outside the United States. This is a sign that Apple is working with the distributors and legislation in each country to extend iTunes Match to the rest of the world. However, prices must be paid in U.S. dollars and that implies that Brazilians have to use an international credit card. Payments in local currencies will arrive in about six months. Latin American readers, time to open iTunes and explore the store!