iTunes adds video to mobile phones. The iPhone, perhaps?
Ready to watch episodes of Lost on your cell phone? The latest version of Apple's iTunes will let you do just that. FreeState, a participant on the MacRumors forum, discovered multiple references to putting videos on cell phones, Gizmodo noticed yesterday. The updated iTunes has dialog boxes that ask users questions such as, "Are you sure you want to manually manage music and videos on your mobile phone? You will need to manually eject your mobile phone before it can be disconnected safely."
While that's not a sure sign of Apple's long-rumored iPhone, it shows that Apple is getting ready to put content from iTunes on mobile devices of one sort or another. Let's hope that whatever video devices play nicely with iTunes, they'll be less of a stinker than Motorola's iTunes-compatible Rokr.
Whether it is a good phone or not, one thing is sure the press will write glowing reviews. It's bizzare how big a pass Apple gets with their over priced underfeatured Ipod's.
im not watching a video on my cell phone espescially on such a tiny screen, forget it.
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