Fueling speculation of its next moves, Apple, with the newest version of iTunes released late Monday, began to sell music videos as part of some album downloads. Interestingly enough, these videos are without digital rights management, meaning they can be shared freely.
The music videos can be downloaded following the purchase of an album, either including one video, or several short clips. The videos have a 480×272 resolution at 30-frames per second.
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