Apple to Lift One-Time Download Limits for iTunes Songs?
Did you know: If you purchase a song from iTunes, download it to your computer and neglect to transfer it to a compatible device before your hard drive dies in a spectacular symphony of clicking and grinding sounds, that song is gone forever.
Per Apple's terms and conditions for the iTunes store:
"Products may be downloaded only once and cannot be replaced if lost for any reason. Once a Product is downloaded, it is your responsibility not to lose, destroy, or damage it, and Apple shall not be liable to you if you do so."
Apple is apparently looking to change the one-time download limit for iTunes music, according to Bloomberg. The sources of the information are anonymous but the news allegedly comes from not one, not two, but "three people with knowledge of the plans."