From NME.com: Speculation is mounting that The Beatles' back catalogue will finally become available to download tomorrow (April 2). Apple have called a press conference at the EMI label headquarters tomorrow, where boss Steve Jobs will make a major announcement about iTunes. The Beatles and Apple recently settled a long-running legal dispute over use of the Apple brand name, clearing the way for a deal to be struck over the digital release of their music. Since EMI own the band's catalogue, insiders are predicting that this deal will be announced tomorrow. Beatles music has never been available to legally download before. Recent changes in chart rules allowing downloads to count towards the singles chart have prompted speculation that when it is, the band's music could dominate the top 40. Depending on the details of tomorrow's news, this could now happen as early as next Sunday.