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Old 09-09-2005, 01:14 PM   #1
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iTunes phone crippled to 100 songs

Engadget brought the complete scoop on the Motorola ROKR E1 also dubbed the "iTunes phone". We now know it'll sell for something around $250, with tri-band, a 172x220 color display, VGA camera and Bluetooth. But what makes this phone really special, yes we dare to say unique, is the fact that it would only allow you to hold up to 100 songs. Quoting Playlist:

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iTunes 5 keeps track of the number of tracks authorized for playback on the phone so even if your 100 tracks have used only 350MB of the card’s capacity, you can’t add more. Similarly, although you can swap in a new card that contains new tracks, those tracks won’t play until they’ve been approved for playback by iTunes.
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