Steve Jobs says no against iPod video

Posted on Wednesday, September 21 2005 @ 2:55 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Steve Jobs said at Apple Expo in Paris that the market still isn't ready for personal video devices like an 'iPod video'.
“You can already download movies on the iTunes Music Store, and some albums offer video as an incentive to buy the music,” said Jobs. “We also offer video podcasts, but will people buy a video device just to watch this video? So far they haven’t. No one has been successful with that yet.”
Steve Jobs also discussed iTunes, Motorola's ROKR E1, music labels, Intel-based Macs, Intel's Viiv and more. More details can be read over at MacWorld.

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