You might want to order your ITunes songs now before a proposed price increase.
Apple hasn't publicly announced a date, but it has been notifying record labels it will raise prices on its hottest tracks from 99 cents to $1.29.
At the same time, Apple will make all of its music DRM Free, which means it won't contain anti-piracy software and can be copied.
Most tunes sold individually on ITunes are expected to stay at 99 cents, while some will fall to 69 cents.
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