iTunes 6 Brings $1.99 Music Videos

Barely a month after the release of iTunes 5, Apple has launched version 6 of the media player software, which adds Amazon-like customer reviews and recommendations to the iTunes Music Store. "Gifting" is also now enabled for customers to buy music for others, who receive an e-mail with download information.

With iTunes 6, Apple has expanded its library of music videos in order to make content available for the video iPod; each will cost $1.99 USD to download. Pixar is also making six short films available through the iTunes Music Store for the same $1.99 USD price. Videos take about 20MB of disk space and contain the same FairPlay usage rights as music downloads. TV show downloads will also be offered.


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