Apple is in talk with media companies to reduce its cut of App Store and iTunes sales, according to a report. It'd mark the first time the company has done so since it introduced the 70/30 revenue split in 2003.
Apple's digital storefronts are experiencing unplanned downtime, according to a post on the company's website. The iTunes, App Store, Mac App Store, and other storefronts are not working. Apple is working on the issue.
After much speculation from an ever-spinning rumor mill, Apple's plans for Beats Music have been broken wide open. Boasting many of the same features as Spotify and tailored for the iTunes crowd, the service could be an instant juggernaut.
Apple recently did away with its weekly offer of a free music track on iTunes, though U.S.-based users can from this week access a new section of the online store offering a bunch of free songs as well as episodes from recent TV shows.
Following in the footsteps of Google and Microsoft, Apple has decided to make The Interview available online via iTunes. Sony said on Sunday the movie has so far generated $15 million in revenue via online channels.
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