Apple said it doesn’t expect to make great profits from selling songs on its iTunes Music Store. Instead, the company is counting on the store to boost sales of the iPod, which has much higher margins. “The iPod makes money. The iTunes Music Store doesn’t,” Apple Senior Vice President Phil Schiller told CNET after the launch of the Windows version today. Schiller said that the store is close to profitability but is still losing money, and that Apple doesn’t see the online music business as having much long-term profit potential. “Just trying to have a business around downloadable music would be tough,” he said.