CNET's Donald Bell looks at the value proposition of Apple's latest 16GB iPod Touch -- and doesn't like what he sees.
Apple gets a green light to move into the South Korean cell phone market as the government approves iPhone sales.
It's the 8GB model, and you may have to drop another 10 bucks on the 2.0 software update, but you'll get to own the world's coolest media player.
One reason for Apple's success is its knack for driving technology standards. So much so that tech adopted by Apple often becomes a must-have on products from other device suppliers.
Apple's Australian Web site had stated earlier Wednesday that iPhone applications would be arriving June 27, but an Apple representative says July is still the plan.
Apple has introduced a 32GB iPod Touch and a 16GB iPhone — which is still not available in Australia.
A French Web site, Mac4Ever, posted a short article claiming the Cupertino computer crafters are creating software for Mac OS X, presumably an update to iChat, that will allow desktop and notebook users to communicate via FaceTime with compatible iOS devices.
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Will native iPhone applications work on the iPod Touch?
Pundits note that Apple showed only 5 percent iPod unit growth over last year's first quarter. The real comparison must include the iPhone, which replaces any potential iPod sale. Even then, growth is slowing.