Apple posted a mysterious message on their site today about an impending "exciting announcement" to come tomorrow. The speculations on what they will announce has ranged from "iTunes in the cloud" to possibly making download iPhone updates easier. However, WSJ has some scoop that the announcement tomorrow will be about Apple including the Beatles collection in the iTunes store.
Apple and Beatles along with their record label EMI Group has had several feuds in the past, which is why music from Beatles has not been available in the world’s largest music store as of yet.
The agreement would represent a watershed in a fraught, decades-long relationship between two of the biggest icons in their respective fields.
However, according to WSJ, Apple has finalized a deal with Beatles and the EMI Group to bring their songs to the iTunes store. WSJ has always been able to predict correctly as to what Apple will be announcing. However, don’t keep your fingers crossed on this unless you hear it from Steve Jobs himself.