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Apple's new iTunes Plus songs appear in the iTunes Store marked with a "+". In the US store, the tracks cost $1.29 each and offer higher audio quality without digital rights management.
Apple upgrade iTunes to version 7.2 on 30 May 2007
iTunes Plus is now part of the Quick Links section.
You can't use iTunes Plus until you agree to the terms and conditions.
iTunes wants to make iTunes Plus the default way for you to view albums.
Screen Shot of the iTunes Plus homepage
Here's a screen shot showing the upgrade badge that has now gone live
Looks like I didn't own any EMI items that were worth upgrading.
You can edit your iTunes Plus preferences from your account management page (Store -> My Account)
This is the only preference I could find associated with iTunes Plus. I assume you can toggle the iTunes Plus display on and off.
"Learn more about iTunes Plus" is the screen that appears when you click the + symbol next to any $1.29 DRM-free track
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