Inside Apple’s New iTunes Pricing

Apple yesterday pulled off another masterful move to get consenting adults to pay for music that they otherwise could own for free.

And, they made the record labels think they finally won a round by instituting variable pricing on iTunes.

As I've often said, be careful what you wish for.

The new DRM-free music library allows you to buy music for 69 cents, 99 cents or the low, low price of $1.29 for some cuts.

Lots of luck.

You're not going to find a lot of 69 cent songs -- it's just a slight of hand for the $1.29 cent downloads. In reality, most everything else remains as it was -- 99&hellip