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Motorola previews iTunes-compatible mobile phone

updated 12:20 am EST, Fri January 7, 2005

Motorola iTunes phone

A Motorola executive on Thursday previewed an upcoming . The phone can play music from Apple's iTunes Music Store, according to eWEEK: "the executive demonstrated the phone, which in many ways mimics the iPod. It syncs with a computer and the iTunes Music Store like an iPod does, and incorporates the iPod interface for navigating and playing digital music, said Ron Garriques, a Motorola executive vice president." The report says that the phone is the first of many Motorola devices that will support iTunes this year, but Motorola did not provide product details for the phone or say when it would be available. Last July, Motorola and Apple announced a deal would integrate Motorola phones with iTunes.

by MacNN Staff





  1. JohnnyFive

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Not even a picture?

    Come on Moto, you can at least keep us salivating. We want to know what it looks like.

  1. testudo

    Joined: Dec 1969



    there goes the surprise 'iPhone' from the keynote next week...

  1. Monstermind

    Joined: Dec 1969


    I wish Nextel did it

    That way, there'd be one with NASCAR markings...

  1. SomeToast

    Joined: Dec 1969


    re: I wish Nextel did it

    That way, there'd be one with NASCAR markings...

    You could always just take the Moto phone, drop it a lot and cover it in drool.

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