These new pricing developments are all part of Apple’s elaborate plan to broaden its iTunes service. The WSJ says that the pricing talks are not over yet for the Cupertino based company, but very few details of who it is in talks with have been revealed. It appears that even after the iPad launch, Apple is still trying to get its media content in order—and it better hurry. Apple CEO Steve Jobs has been promoting this device all around town as a media and entertainment device, but has had little luck luring potential television networks to the iPad. Lowering the price in iTunes will definitely appeal to the masses of future iPad buyers, but perhaps not as much with the actual networks.
- From the Roku Ultra to Amazon Fire TV, these are the best streaming devices
- These 100 best iPhone apps will turn your phone into a jack-of-all-trades
- Cord-cutting 101: How to quit cable for online streaming video
- Didn’t get what you wanted for Christmas? Here are 8 great gifts for yourself
- HBO Go vs HBO Now: Which is right for you?