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Apple Keynote ends with Tony Bennett and DRM free iTunes

Posted: Jan 6 2009, 12:50pm CST | by , in News | Macworld Expo
Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:26pm CDT

 

Apple Keynote ends with Tony Bennett and DRM free iTunes
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The Apple Keynote lacked hot hardware announcements besides the new 17 inch MacBook Pro, but the good news is that 10 million songs on iTunes are going to be DRM free. Additionally there is a new pricing structure with $0.69, $0.99 and $1.29 per track. The labels decide at which price tracks sell.
There is also great news for iPhone 3G users. iTune music can also now be purchased over 3G and synched back on your computer at home.Beginning today, all four major music labels — Universal Music Group, Sony BMG, Warner Music Group and EMI and thousands of independent labels, now offer their music in the DRM-free iTunes Plus format with higher-quality 256 kbps AAC encoding.
Via the Apple site.

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