“The long-standing duel between Apple and three major labels, Universal, Warners and Sony BMG may be coming to an end, with tracks from these majors now showing up within the iTunes Plus music upgrade service,” Jonny Evans reports for Distorted-Loop.
“Sony BMG is already thought to be uploading tracks to make available through iTunes Plus,” Evans reports.
MacDailyNews Note: Several MacDailyNews readers report buying iTunes Plus DRM-free tracks from Warner, Universal, and SonyBMG within the past 24-hours.
Evans continues, “Overnight sundry spies have spotted tracks from the three hold-out majors popping up in the ‘Upgrade My Library’ section of iTunes, where users can upgrade their purchases from DRM’d to DRM-free tracks.”
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All we need now is the press release. In the meantime, go hunt for your DRM-free tracks now!