Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 7th Sep 2005 17:31 UTC
Apple Confirming long-standing rumours, Apple has today announced the iTunes-enabled phone together with Motorola in a special press event. The phone will automatically pause when you get a call, explained Jobs. The ROKR can only hold about 100 songs, according to Jobs. "The way we think of this phone is, it's really an iPod shuffle on your phone," he explained. "Both devices can shuffle, both can autofill, neither has a click wheel - but the phone has a display." Meanwhile, Microsoft joins hands with Orange to challenge Apple Motorola iTunes Phone.
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I used to use my iPod as a backup of OS9 in case I had any prolems with my Mac
(gen 1 iPods had a full firewire port and you could boot off of it just like any other firewire hard disk, dunno if this still applies with the 'dock connector' ipods)

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