If you've shopped on iTunes lately, you've noticed there are two prices for the same song, $.99 or $1.29. The higher price buys you a DRM-free version of the song, that is the one without restrictions. Now, Apple is changing their tune, offering both file types for $.99. Crave notes that this comes soon after the launch of Amazon's DRM-free music site, and could be seen as a means to compete. But now we wonder, who's going to keep buying the restricted files over the non-restricted ones? Is this a step towards iTunes becoming completely free of limitations? Thanks for the use of your photo splorp!