“Apple Computer Inc. on Friday flatly denied a report that the computer maker was planning to raise prices for songs bought on its popular iTunes online music store. ‘These rumors aren’t true,’ said Apple spokeswoman Natalie Sequeira. ‘We have multiyear agreements with the labels and our prices remain 99 cents a track,'” Reuters reports.
“Apple’s statement came after the New York Post reported on Friday, citing one unnamed source, that music fans may have to start paying more for some songs on Apple’s music store following contract renegotiations with the record labels ahead of the one-year anniversary of the store,” Reuters reports.
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MacDailyNews Take: Gotta love The New York Post, huh?