Jobs confirmed Ars's scoop that the iTunes+ DRM-free content was being price dropped to $0.99. Nick Wingfield, friend of Rosie O and writer for the WSJ, scored the interview with El Jobso. This is the price the DRM-free tracks should have started at, and I'm glad to see it finally there. [Ars and WSJ]
Confirmed: Apple Going $0.99 on DRM-Free Tracks
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