Apple Lifts DRM, Changes Song Prices

Jan 6, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Apple will begin selling DRM-free songs on its iTunes store, in addition to implementing different prices for songs, the New York Times reports. The announcement was part of Tuesday’s MacWorld keynote speech, where the projected timeline said songs for 69 cents, 99 cents and $1.29 will be available starting in April, the newspaper says. Apple also will begin selling songs without digital rights management, which is used to limit the number of times a song can be copied and how many devices can play it, the Times adds.
—Sergio Ibarra

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