iTunes Drops DRM… Adds Tiered Pricing

It’s a good day for iTunes users. Apple has announced that by the end of this quarter, all 10 million songs will be DRM free and released at higher quality.

What’s also good is that they are changing their pricing structure and will now have a tiered pricing… tracks will sell for 69¢, 99¢ and $1.29 based on a demand-based pricing system.

Good move Apple…

Read more via Ars Technica >

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