Wednesday, January 07, 2004

Apple Introduces a Smaller, Less Expensive iPod

Apple Introduces a Smaller, Less Expensive iPod "But while the bottom line remains focused on the iPod, Mr. Jobs devoted much of his attention during his two-hour demonstration to previewing improvements in Apple's iLife software. Apple is adding a software music synthesizer called GarageBand to the $49 iLife, which now includes iTunes, iPhoto, iDVD and iMusic.
"ILife '04 is like Microsoft Office for the rest of your life," he said.
Apple has sold 30 million songs via its iTunes music store, Mr. Jobs said.
But when it comes to the big corporate server market, Mr. Jobs took a swipe at one of his Silicon Valley neighbors as he acknowledged that the company had a long way to go.
"Saying Apple and server is a bit like saying Sun and client," he said. "It's not something you think of."
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