Apple Elucidates Details of iTunes’ Global Expansion

The recent international rollout of iTunes Match and iTunes in the Cloud has created too much chaos, which Apple has cleared up to the international community. The company has elucidated clearly now which markets now have support for the services after the recent expansion.


According to a recent post published by 9to5mac, the Cupertino-based company released a list enlisted 17 countries to have the support for its iTunes Match.

Australia, Belgium, Canada, Cyprus, CzechRepublic, France, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg, Malta, Mexico, New Zealand, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and the United States.

The surprising fact about the provided list is that there are many countries missing from the list, such as Brazil (which received a welcomed set of iTunes upgrades) and no Asian country at the moment has support for iTunes Match.


In addition to this, the tech giant also made it clear that the iTunes is now available in the Cloud – a service that enables users to transfer purchased iTunes and App Store content to other devices and also download them without any charges again.

All those users lucky enough to reside in the countries including Australia, Canada, UK and US are eligible to enjoy feature across all types of data, while users in the remaining 120 countries along with supported countries only enjoy the limited access. The availability of services is however varies according to location, while the company says that each market will have Cloud storage for apps and iBooks.

Prior to this, the international rollout of the expansion left a good number of users in bewilderment about the services supported in their countries. The good part of whole this story is Apple’s refunding to the customers who had signed up for the service which are not yet supported.

If you want to have detailed information about each country’s services, visit Apple’s support page.

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