A report on CNET claims that Apple could announce a fully DRM-free iTunes Store as soon as tonight's MacWorld keynote speech. Another unfounded rumour?Perhaps not – this one has specific details, claiming that Apple will allow labels to charge more than $0.99 for some hit songs, although the price of older tracks will fall to $0.79. What's more, the same story suggests that Apple may also announce the ability for iPhone owners to buy music from iTunes over their mobile networks.Currently, the iPhone iTunes Store only works on a Wi-Fi connection. All will be revealed in tonight's speech, which we'll be covering here on the Music Ally Blog.
Report claims Apple taking iTunes fully DRM-free tonight
January 6th, 2009 by Music Ally