Lots of reports are floating around about a new feature that could be coming to iTunes and MobileMe.
Apple is said to be working with the major music labels on a deal that would allow users to download their iTunes-purchased tracks on to multiple devices.
The deal would allow you to purchase and download a track on your iPhone and then re-download the same file to store and play on your home computer, personal laptop and iPod touch.
Such a possibility would make life easier for iTunes users and would make a lot of sense practically. After all, you don't have to buy separate CDs if you want to listen to a song on your home stereo and in your car. Why should users have to buy the song twice to use on two different devices?
Seemingly, the talks largely centre on how Apple will make sure that the songs are tied to one account and not simply passed around by multiple users.
These things are never easy to do, but hopefully we've reached the point where the record labels understand technology enough to green-light this sort of common-sense deal.
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