The New York Times reckons that Apple and Steve Jobs have both some hard discussions and decisions facing them as the company renegotiates its pricing with the major music labels. At least two of the big four are holding out for price rises that would force iTunes to break its 99cents/79p per track mark. Sadly, now is not really the time to be slapping an increase in prices on digital music consumers as it really is early days for the market.

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