Apple Eyes Music Buffet for iPods, iPhones

Schachter, Ken
March 2008
Red Herring;3/19/2008, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports that Apple is negotiating with music labels to enable iPod and iPhone users to access their content. Under the plan, Apple would charge more for the hardware but consumers will be able to access digital music on iTunes. Ingrid Ebeling, senior research analyst at JMP Securities, said Apple's 75 percent market share of the music player business gives it more leverage in negotiating a deal with music labels.


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