By Jaime Rivera | December 13, 2011 4:09 AM
Latin American readers have begun to confirm reports all around of Apple’s iTunes Store now selling music in their respective countries. In the past, being able to buy music or movies from iTunes was something that only US customers could do, a long with a small minority of foreign countries. So far, readers from the Peru, Dominican Republic, Chile, Panama, Venezuela, Argentina, and Ecuador have confirmed that the service is working for them. I currently live in Honduras and as you can see by the screenshot, the service is also now selling music and movies here too.
Not sure what took them so long, but it’s great to see that they finally figured out a way to get Record Companies and Movie Studios to allow them to sell their content across borders. Hopefully this will also be the case for other Apple services that are currently limited for US customers too, like let’s say, Siri anyone?
Please share a comment if the store is now working in your country too.