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iTunes is a digital media player by Apple Inc. that also serves as a medium between users and the iTunes store, where songs are offered for 69¢, 99¢ or $1.29 (often depending on the song's popularity) and movies are offered at various prices. The music pricing scheme was formerly a universal 99¢ price, but this was changed due to demands from music labels.[1][2]


  1. Murad Ahmed (Apr 08 2009). Apple crumbles and ups cost of iTunes music (English). Retrieved on Apr 26 2009.
  2. iTunes offers new prices (English). Agence France-Presse. Google (Apr 07 2009). Retrieved on Apr 26 2009.

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