Apple announces major changes for iTunes

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Apple announced major changes for iTunes at the MacWorld conference yesterday in San Francisco. The company will now offer DRM-free music from all four major record labels (EMI, Sony Music, Warner Music Group and Universal Music Group) through the iTunes Music Store. The change has already begun as iTunes is currently offering 8 million of its 10 million songs in a DRM-free format with the remaining changes set to be completed by the end of March. Starting in April, iTunes will introduce a variable pricing model with songs be offered at 69 cents, 99 cents and $1.29.

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