Sony Finally Brings Its Music To Apple’s iTunes In Its Native Japan, Ends Eight Years Of Resistance

Posted on Nov 8 2012 - 4:54am by Editorial Staff

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Showing finally the clear sign and breathe of struggle in its voice, Sony finally open its music catalogue to US company’s iTunes service users in its native Japan, ending the line of an 8-year long shutout, The Nikkei reports. According to the publication, it believes that ending the eight years of resistance was a “long refused overtures from Apple.”

As of now believe, the struggling Japanese company said to be using Apple’s own sound quality rate of 256 kilobits per second, although it restricted itself for using its DRM technology which allows users to download music to a range of other devices. Sony recently announced its quarter results with booking lose of $198 million, so taking such step is natural.

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