Apple will announce steps to resolve case filed by European Commission over its price discrimation of iTunes stores from country to country soon.
The case was filed back in 2005 when British consumer association, Which! complained that instead of buying from one store, consumers in France, Germany and Britons were paying a different price.
The Commission said Apple had breached EU rules by agreeing with Vivendi’s Universal Music Group, Sony BMG Music Entertainment, EMI Group and Warner Music Group to restrict cross border access to iTunes.
The European Union competition regulator too is expected to announce the closure of this case on online sales of music and video used in the popular iPod personal audiovisual player soon after.