iTunes Lowers Price of DRM-Free Tracks
October 16, 2007 at 4:29 PM (PT)
Various tech websites report that APPLE has confirmed to the WALL STREET JOURNAL report that it will be cutting the price of its DRM-free content form $1.29 to 99 cents, which is the same price as the DRM tracks.
STEVE JOBS told the WSJ that the price cutback is gradual and it won't be until tomorrow until the entire iTunes Plus catalog is priced at 99 cents. Also new to the Plus section is the product of several independent labels.