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    Apple Drops Price of DRM-Free Tracks to 99 Cents

    Apple announced today a reduction in the price of its iTunes Plus tracks to 99 cents, matching the price of  its standard downloads. The higher-quality iTunes Plus files—compressed at 256 kbps rather than the 128 kbps of other iTunes tracks—are sold free of DRM (digital-rights management) restrictions, making them accessible on any number of digital players. Apple also announced that the number of tracks available as iTunes Plus files has expanded to more than two million. For more information, visit apple.com.

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Apple announced today a reduction in the price of its iTunes Plus tracks to 99 cents, matching the price of  its standard downloads. The higher-quality iTunes Plus files—compressed at 256 kbps rather than the 128 kbps of other iTunes tracks—are sold free of DRM (digital-rights management) restrictions, making them accessible on any number of digital players. Apple also announced that the number of tracks available as iTunes Plus files has expanded to more than two million. 

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Apple announced today a reduction in the price of its iTunes Plus tracks to 99 cents, matching the price of  its standard downloads. The higher-quality iTunes Plus files—compressed at 256 kbps rather than the 128 kbps of other iTunes tracks—are sold free of DRM (digital-rights management) restrictions, making them accessible on any number of digital players. Apple also announced that the number of tracks available as iTunes Plus files has expanded to more than two million. For more information, visit apple.com.

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