Apple says check Tomorrow Nov.16, 2010, but maybe...

Tomorrow is just another day. 

That you’ll never forget. 

Check back here tomorrow for an exciting announcement from iTunes. 7:00 A.M. California. 10:00 A.M. New York. 3:00 P.M. London. Midnight Tokyo.


NO Need to Wait
Billboard: Beatles Coming To iTunes Tomorrow

Following Peter Kafka’s comments at All Things Digital about streaming and cloud services not coming to iTunes tomorrow, Billboard now weighs in consolidating the rumors that Apple is going to announce an exclusive deal to bring the Beatles’ library to the iTunes Store:
That’s not fully confirmed, but after a day of phone calls, e-mails and cryptic messages, is sticking its neck out and saying this is what we’re going to hear tomorrow.
It wouldn’t be the first time that Apple was “on the verge” of announcing a Beatles deal. For years, every music-related announcement coming from Apple carried a hint of maybe “today’s the day.” But this time it’s very likely that it’ll be the case tomorrow morning.
For these (admittedly thin) reasons and others that we can’t yet divulge here, place your bets on a Beatles announcement tomorrow. Now comes the speculation as to what that announcement will entail.
Billboard also speculates Apple will offer some kind of “additional content” to celebrate the launch, like a Beatles-branded iPod, availability of all Beatles movies, an iTunes LP and iPad-specific content.

Steve Jobs surely is a big Beatles fan — but changing the whole homepage to announce the Beatles’ albums coming to iTunes? We don’t want to believe this theory. Although all clues are pointing to it.

Eat your words, dick head
Originally Posted by tanimr2002
i dont think they didnt mention about beattles yet..also i dont think they never give countdown front page for beattles..and remmember apple said first itunes and then ios may be its ios..

The Beatles Come to iTunes

by Federico Viticci

So that’s it. The Beatles music library is available in iTunes, after years of waiting. If you head over the iTunes Store now, you can see by yourself what the fuss was all about: the day “we’ll never forget” is the day Apple announced the availability of the Beatles in the iTunes Store.

Does Apple have more to announce? We sure hope so. But in the meantime, the Beatles have showed up. Songs are already available for download, there’s a Box Set available at $149.00, there are ads and videos.
An update, straight from Apple’s PR:
We’re really excited to bring the Beatles’ music to iTunes,” said Sir Paul McCartney. “It’s fantastic to see the songs we originally released on vinyl receive as much love in the digital world as they did the first time around.”
“I am particularly glad to no longer be asked when the Beatles are coming to iTunes,” said Ringo Starr. “At last, if you want it—you can get it now—The Beatles from Liverpool to now! Peace and Love, Ringo.”
“We love the Beatles and are honored and thrilled to welcome them to iTunes,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “It has been a long and winding road to get here. Thanks to the Beatles and EMI, we are now realizing a dream we’ve had since we launched iTunes ten years ago.”
“In the joyful spirit of Give Peace A Chance, I think it is so appropriate that we are doing this on John’s 70th birthday year,” said Yoko Ono Lennon.
“The Beatles on iTunes—Bravo!” said Olivia Harrison.
“The Beatles and iTunes have both been true innovators in their fields,” said EMI Group CEO Roger Faxon. “It’s a privilege for everybody at EMI to work with Steve Jobs and with Apple Corps’ Jeff Jones and their teams in marking a great milestone in the development of digital music.