Apple launches an Apple TV channel to celebrate The Beatles

Posted Feb 10, 2014

Apple has announced that they have added an Apple TV channel to celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Beatles. The channel lets Apple TV users watch The Beatles perform on “The Ed Sullivan Show” for a limited time. 

It also has download links to the U.S. releases of The Beatles’ music. The Beatles’ music debuted on iTuens in November 2010 after lengthy negotiations between EMI and Apple.

The Beatles’ music sold 2 million songs and 450,000 albums in the first week on iTunes. They sold 5 million songs and 1 million albums within 2 months.

[Source: MacRumors]