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According to All Things D, we shouldn't expect much news to come from the music industry along with the announcement of Apple's new tablet device. That's not as surprising as it may sound.
As promised, Apple's released the specs for iTunes LP and Extras, with templates, guides and testing materials to create them. Until it goes automatic next year, submission is manual process, and yes, Apple has to approve your work.
The updated iTunes terms & conditions has a new paragraph under the iTunes LP section spilling Apple TV 3.0 — namely, that it'll finally support iTunes LP and Extras viewing.
You're never gonna buy an iTunes LP, but you wanna know what's inside those flashy 600MB attempts to revive albums, right? Spoiler, from Jay Robinson: A bunch of HTML and PNG files in a custom archive format. But no DRM.
Yeah, so all those reports about a new scheme to "stimulate sales of CD-length music" were true, and then some: On top of extras with for albums and movies, iTunes 9 comes with media sharing (!) and iPhone app management. Updated with walkthrough gallery.