iTunes Phone To Launch on Cingular
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Aug 30, 2005, 1:45 PM by (staff)
The Wall Street Journal today reported that Apple has reached an agreement with Cingular to carry the Motorola iTunes phone. This confirms rumors Phone Scoop has heard over the past few months. Motorola CEO Ed Zander promised the phone would be introduced by the end of September. It is now expected Apple will show off the phone at a September 7 event. Invitations read "1,000 songs in your pocket changed everything. Here we go again."
source: Wall Street Journal
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Overpriced, Underfeatured fashion statement.
If the phone shares any of apples design "greatness" or motorolas "guiness", then prepare to be disappointed! This will have nothing to do with what network it landed on. Even the greatest carriers and networks cant turn a piece of junk into a competiteve sellign tool.
The support costs, and not to mention, the mobs of pissed off customers at their phone, which suck...
There are better choices...
NOKIA RULZ AGAIN...
http://www.nokia.com/nseries/index.html?loc=inside,m ... »
NOKIA RULZ!!!!!!!! 😁 😁 😁 😁 😁
But according to Engadget, it's going to be only 100 songs in your pocket
By this statement they are refering to how the Ipod changed everything, and that this phone will do it again.
The 512 MB i...
http://www.mobileburn.com/news.jsp?Id=1592&source=SI ... »
The very first iTunes phone will be the FCC-approved model originally named E790, but it won't be ca...