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Cingular to provide service for Apple?

Written by Dave Horvath @ 09 Jan 2007 6:28 User comments (2)

Cingular to provide service for Apple? In the time leading up to this year's MacWorld Expo, there have been quite a few internet rumors flying around questioning the launch of a phone integrated iPod solution from Apple. Early pictures and videos sprang up on the internet touting good times to come with fans of Apple products. All the while, Apple has respectfully declined to comment on any production of the fabled iPhone, iTalk or whatever name the latest internet buzz was calling it.
Industry is buzzing again in saying that Cingular and Apple may announce as early as today their inked collaboration on a phone product for consumers to enjoy. Its already no secret that many Cingular branded phones are compatible with Apple's iTunes service, so it would only make sense they would collaborate on an actual device.

Although Apple representatives are still very tight lipped about confirming any deals with Cingular or plans for an iPod phone product, many industry leaders are expecting the press announcement by Apple's Steve Jobs at the MacWorld Expo to contain all the information people have been talking about.

Source:
Reuters

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2 user comments

19.1.2007 10:49

Well this will be another one that joins the long list of New type of phone. Could be good if it is similar to their Ipod's.

29.1.2007 17:15

iPhone will be available in the U.S. beginning in June 2007 in a 4-gigabyte model for $499 and in an 8-gigabyte model for $599. It will work in combination with Apple's iTunes running on either a PC or Mac. iPhone will be sold in the U.S. through Cingular and Apple retail and online stores. For a demo on Apple's website, go here. http://www.apple.com/iphone

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