“Apple is believed to be on the verge of an end-of-year push that would start by finally offering unprotected iTunes Store music from all major labels and would switch a special post-holiday campaign giving away music and videos to Europeans,” Aidan Malley reports for AppleInsider.
“A report from last week brought to AppleInsider’s attention by French technology site ElectronLibre asserts that it’s now “clear” Apple will spark new interest in its music store by removing DRM from tracks published by Sony, Universal and Warner on December 9th,” Malley reports.
“Talks between Apple and the remaining three labels may have been corroborated by a previous CNet story which also mentioned ongoing discussions that would let Apple switch to music without FairPlay restrictions,” Malley reports. “Shoppers themselves have also noticed songs briefly selling unprotected that weren’t either from EMI or independents.”
More in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “RadDoc” for the heads up.]