Apple Music Service -- Ready?

Previous rumors of Apple's music service claimed that only four of the five major record labels had committed to Apple's new service.

This New York Times article claims that talks have progressed... and all five labels are on board:

    The online store could be introduced soon. After months of wrangling, all five major music companies finally agreed this week to allow Apple to license their music for a fee for the venture, according to a music executive.

ThinkSecret has reported that new iPods and Music Service are likely to be delivered by month's end.

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