Motorola Still Working on iTunes Phones
Mar 10, 2005, 2:34 AM by (staff)
Motorola today said it is working on a number of models that will include iTunes software. A model that was supposed to be unveiled at CeBit for launch this summer, the E790, has been delayed by European carriers. Motorola is expected to unveil the first model at Miami Music Multimedia (M3). Among the phones expected this year, Motorola said some will be able to store 8 hours of music.
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Shoota said:Well, I don't really care about iTunes...but don't assume everybody else's in your boat.
just felt like posting something on something no one cares about...