updated 12:05 pm EDT, Tue October 18, 2005
More phones from Apple
Apple chief executive Steve Jobs says he's , although he is happy with the first Motorola iTunes ROKR phone, unveiled in early September. According to an interview in Fortune after the "One More Thing" event, Jobs said that Apple was pleased with its relationship with Cingular, but left out Motorola, hinting that Apple may turn another mobile phone manufacturer such as Nokia or even manufacture the phone itself for its second generation iTunes phone. According to the interview, he said that Apple "isn't done with the mobile-phone business, despite the disappointing reaction to the iTunes phone he launched recently with Motorola and Cingular. Jobs says he's happy with Apple's part of its first telephony experiment. 'There are more phones yet to roll out,' he says with a sly smile, adding, 'Cingular has been great to work with.'"