64 Megabyte Motorola phone early next year?

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Apple will bring iTunes to Motorola Cell phones. At 3 to 4 Megabytes per
typical iTune, the 5 Megabytes of a v600 wouldnt go very far.

http://maccentral.macworld.com/news/2004/07/26/applemot/
 
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In <rmarkoff-5E5860.21352126072004@news4.west.earthlink.net> on Tue, 27 Jul
2004 02:35:22 GMT, "Røbert M." <rmarkoff@faq.cIty> wrote:

>Apple will bring iTunes to Motorola Cell phones. At 3 to 4 Megabytes per
>typical iTune, the 5 Megabytes of a v600 wouldnt go very far.
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>http://maccentral.macworld.com/news/2004/07/26/applemot/

True, but memory continues to get smaller, cheaper, and faster and a very
rapid rate.

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Would think a memory option like we use with digital camera would be nice,
already have a way to download from my pc. Of course your music could be
saved on a server at the cell provider's location and downloaded as
requested.
 
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In article <Xns953359FE72797trashstanleyreynold@216.196.97.142>,
Stanley Reynolds <trash_stanley_reynolds@yahoo.com> wrote:

> Would think a memory option like we use with digital camera would be nice,
> already have a way to download from my pc. Of course your music could be
> saved on a server at the cell provider's location and downloaded as
> requested.

Then you need to subscribe to the Carrier's Internet connectivity
service, rather than a one time cost of a USB cable and perhaps software.