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Former Beatles road manager and Apple Corps boss Neil Aspinall confirmed plans to remaster the Beatles catalog and offer it for download on the iTunes Music Store. Aspinall first talked publicly about those plans during the Apple Corps trial against Apple Computer in a UK court last week, and his statement was again confirmed by an Apple Corps spokeswoman.

The Beatles' record company wouldn't say when we'd be seeing the Beatles songs on iTunes, but did mention that the long-delayed move of the Fab Four's music to Apple's music service will be just one of a number of initiatives the company has planned.


UPDATE: The Beatles confirm online music plans [Macworld UK]