There is nothing wrong with the music sales of Apple's iTunes store, contrary to what some media reports claimed.
Analyst firm Forrester Research last week released a study that stated that sales of digital music from Apple's story declined by 58 per cent in the first 6 months of this year. Naturally it good a fair amount of media exposure.
But the fine print paints a picture that is much more balanced.
The data is based on a Forrester analysis of credit card transactions of US households. Of the 5,580 families that participated in the study, a mere 181 purchased digital music from Apple.
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