Monday March 30, 2020

Apple to bite the bullet on iTunes?

Is Apple serious about allowing iTunes tracks to be played on MP3 players other than iPods?

17th February, 2007

This is what chief executive Steve Jobs appears to be suggesting. Last week, he said Apple was ready to do it ‘‘in a heartbeat’’, but that it couldn’t. He said that big music labels were holding things up with Digital Right s Management (DRM) requirements attached by labels such as Warner, EMI and Sony BMG to songs sold through iTunes. He said that if they abandoned their copyright protection measures, Apple would let any MP3...

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