Following a previous report suggesting that Apple would launch the iTunes Music Store in ten new countries, MacRumors now reports that Apple has actually rolled out the iTunes Music Store to twelve new European countries.
All twelve countries that had previously been without access to the iTunes Music Store now have full access to all of the music content that the store offers. Countries included in the rollout are as follows: Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia.
Apple also seems to be expanding video offerings to a number of European countries as well, as our earlier report also mentioned, and the first movie downloads and rentals are already becoming available through iTunes. Reports suggest that these countries are getting access to the iBookstore as well.