Apple Cuts Prices, Expands Catalog for iTunes Plus
Apple's DRM-free offerings are being reduced from $1.29 to 99 cents a track, with some independent-label artists being added to the offerings on iTunes Plus.
apple itunes
Apple’s iTunes store
October 17, 2007 by Arlen Schweiger

Seems like the ol’ market price adjustment might have hit Apple’s iTunes store.

The company announced Wednesday it dropped the price of its higher-quality, digital rights management-free tracks sold through as iTunes Plus downloads at its online store from $1.29 to 99 cents and expanded the catalog to more than 2 million songs.

That’s good news for Apple loyalists who may not want to head over to to check out its recently unveiled MP3 store that features all DRM-free tracks selling for 89 and 99 cents each.

Apple’s current selection of EMI’s music catalog features 256-kbps bitrate files, double the quality of the usual 128-kbps downloads. No word on whether the additional selections from some independent labels will be 128 or 256 kbps.

Guess we’ll just have to browse the store.

Follow Electronic House on Facebook and Twitter.

Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for and Electronic House magazine.

FREE Charter Platinum Membership
Claim your FREE Charter Platinum Membership to EH Network and receive 6 FREE issues of EH Magazine.*
First Name
Last Name
Email Address

We understand your email address is private. By granting you access to the EH Network, you agree to receive email communications from us, including our newsletters. You can manage your subscription at any time in the future.
* The new EH Network launches and your free subscription begins December 2014.


Commenting is not available in this weblog entry.