Apple said that Mac and Windows PC users will be able to transfer their iTunes songs to Motorola cell phones.
"Wouldn't it be great if you could take a dozen of your favorite songs with you on your phone," Jobs said. "We thought it would be great if together Motorola and Apple could give them (consumers) a small taste of what this digital music revolution is about."Source: Reuters
Before Jobs appeared on screen, Motorola Chief Executive Edward Zander, holding up a Motorola cell phone and an Apple iPod digital music player, quipped: "It would be great if we could just figure out a way to bring these two devices together."
Apple has sold more than 4 million of its wildly popular and market-leading iPod digital music players and sold more than 100 million tracks on its iTunes online music store since it was launched last April.