The Beatles are finally coming to the Internet.
Apple Inc. said Tuesday its iTunes service will start selling music from the Fab Four, in an agreement with the Beatles' recording label, EMI, and its management company, Apple Corps Ltd.
As of Tuesday, Apple will sell 13 remastered Beatles studio albums, the two-volume "Past Masters" set and the classic "Red" and "Blue" collections. People can download entire albums or buy individual songs.
For $149, Apple is also selling a special digital box set that includes a download of the 41-minute movie of the Beatles first U.S. concert, "Live at the Washington Coliseum, 1964."