Apple's iTunes unveils new pricing, lifts restrictions on copying

01/7/2009 | NYTimes.com · Wall Street Journal, The

Apple Inc. has announced a new pricing structure for its popular iTunes Store, which will charge 69 cents for most songs, 99 cents for moderately popular tunes and $1.29 for new songs and big hits; previously, all songs sold for 99 cents. In another change, all songs from the four major music groups will be distributed by iTunes without digital-rights-management software. Currently, of those four, only EMI Group has been offering the downloads without copying restrictions.

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