Thursday, September 08, 2005

More music products from Apple

Apple Computers should consider changing their name to Apple Music Players.

At yesterday's invitation-only Apple press event in San Francisco, Steve Jobs (Apple CEO) revealed the new ROKR (pronounced Rocker), a mobile phone capable of playing music and accessing iTunes. The phone is produced in collaboration with Motorola and will hold around 100 songs.

Also revealed at the press conference was the new iPod Nano, a super-slim version of the iPod that is reportedly thinner than a number 2 pencil. This new offering will come in 2GB and 4GB versions.

Look! Pictures!

ZDNet is also running an article discussing whether the time is right for such music-phone hybrids.

Read: C|net, ZDNet

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1 comment:

Scott said...

Threadwatch has a good list of sites featuring pictures and specs of the Rokr and Nano.

I also forgot to add that iTunes 5.0 has also been released.