Apple set to change prices and remove digital rights management from iTunes

Jan 7, 2009 | Uncategorized

Apple is to change its iTunes pricing structure in the UK from April, writes The Guardian. The firm is to introduce a new three-tier structure with songs available from 59p, 79p and 99p compared to the current flat-rate of 79p for every track. The firm has also reached an agreement with all the major record […]

Apple is to change its iTunes pricing structure in the UK from April, writes The Guardian. The firm is to introduce a new three-tier structure with songs available from 59p, 79p and 99p compared to the current flat-rate of 79p for every track. The firm has also reached an agreement with all the major record companies to remove the digital rights management (DRM) protection from all their music files.
From The Guardian: http://www.guardian.co.uk, 06/01/2009
Apple UK: http://www.apple.com/uk

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