Photos: Apple tunes iPod Nano, Rokr phone

Photos: Apple tunes iPod Nano, Rokr phone

Summary: iPod Nano, which is 80 percent smaller than the original iPod, and an iTunes-enabled cell phone called the Rokr are unveiled.


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  • Rokr

    Apple introduces the Rokr, a color-screen cell phone that can hold music downloaded from iTunes. The Motorola-built phone will hold about 100 songs but it will accept additional memory to hold more. Rokr will be available only through Cingular for $249 and a two-year cell phone agreement.

  • Nano

    Apple's new iPod Nano weighs 1.5 ounces and is 0.27 inches thick. It will hold about 1,000 songs.

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    The Nano features a 30-pin dock connector, allowing it to work with a wide range of accessories, including home stereo speakers and car adapters. The 4GB iPod Nano holds about 1,000 songs and will cost about $249 while the 2GB iPod Nano holds 500 songs and will cost about $199.

Topic: Apple

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