Apple to End Music Restrictions
Jan 07, 2009, 03:02 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Apple's senior vice president of worldwide product marketing,
Phil Shiller delivered the speech, traditionally given by Steve
""Over the last six years songs have been $0.99 [79p]. Music
companies want more flexibility. Starting today, 8 million songs
will be DRM free and by the end of this quarter, all 10 million
songs will be DRM free," he told the crowd.
"Apple has also revised its pricing structure, offering a
two-tier system with songs available for $0.69 and $1.29. Prices
will vary slightly in the UK."