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What’s new at Macworld – a mac expert perspective

Finally, you can use as many iPods as you want to listen to your iTunes.  In the past, only a handful of iPods would be able to be synced with iTunes.  Now, you are limitless, and so are your friends and family!  Also, songs will be priced according to age, 99 cents for new tracks and 69 cents for the oldies. 

Now, for the toys.  Schiller, the Apple exec, touted the Macbook Pro with 15″ and 17″ screens.  Both will start shipping at the end of January.  The big 17″ one will go for $2,800.  New version of iLife multimedia programs will be available in these models.

Lastly, 8 million songs will be offered DRM-free, or without digital rights management software.  This means it will be easier to share iTunes with others.  Also, if your computer crashes, it will be easier to restore your iTunes without having to worry about using a third-party software to recover your files.

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