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Beatles' iTunes Debut: 11 Reactions To Apple's Announcement

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All together now!

This morning, Apple, Inc. announced a high-profile addition to its iTunes catalog: The Beatles.

According to Apple, users can now purchase songs from the band's 13 remastered studio albums, with the option of downloading tracks individually or as part of a complete album. The Beatles Box Set is also available (Find out how to win it here).

So how are people reacting to the news? Ringo Starr, for one, seems pretty happy about it. "I am particularly glad to no longer be asked when the Beatles are coming to iTunes," Starr said in Apple's press release.

To see if music lovers are excited about "the boys of Liverpool" on iTunes, check out our slideshow of Twitter users' opinions (below). Then tell us how you feel about Apple's announcement. Does this news get all your lovin', or will you cry instead?

Read on for more information about The Beatles on iTunes, and view our slideshow of the biggest artists that iTunes still doesn't have.

Love Me Do: 11 Twitter Users REACT To The BEATLES On iTunes (PICTURES)
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