Monday, July 18, 2005
MSNBC.com -- Apple's been talking to studios about licensing music videos. Who didn't figure that music iPods would be next? This is the kind of thing that could encourage me to buy one. Granted, I'd need the ability to record analog video onto it (so I could get stuff off of the PVR) and it would need a much larger screen. And, granted, Archos and others have already had neat devices that do this, but it's going to be Apple that gets their first with the full equation... content, hardware and software in one easy-to-use package.
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