Apple's iTunes phone to launch tomorrow?

French newspaper giant Le Figaro has a piece (English Babelfish translation here) saying the iTunes-compatible phone being developed by Apple and Motorola will finally launch tomorrow, with at least one American phone carrier agreeing to support it.

The phone, which allows people to download songs to their computer and transfer them to the phone, has run into some opposition from carriers, which want people to download music through their networks.

According to Reuters, Cingular Wireless has been considering using the iTunes phone.

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