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Apple released version 1.0 of the program under a new name, "i Tunes", on January 9, 2001, at Macworld San Francisco.Macintosh users immediately began poking through i Tunes's resource fork, where they discovered numerous strings and other resources that indicated that i Tunes was a re-engineered Sound Jam MP.This hastened the end of the Album Era in popular music.
Initially conceived as a simple music player, over time i Tunes developed into a sophisticated multimedia content manager, hardware synchronization manager and e-commerce platform.
Apple added i Tunes Extras as well to the store, which adds content usually reserved for films on DVD and Blu-ray discs.
On September 1, 2010, Apple held their annual music press event where they unveiled an updated version: i Tunes 10.
Casady & Greene ceased distribution of Sound Jam MP on June 1, 2001 at the request of the developers.
Introduced at Macworld 2005 with the new i Pod Shuffle, Version 4.7.1 introduced the ability to convert higher-bitrate songs to 128kbit/s AAC automatically, as these devices did not natively support audio encoded in AIFF or Apple Lossless formats, also improving the value proposition of the Shuffle's limited flash-only storage.