"Screw the nano," said Zander. "What the hell does the nano do? Who listens to 1,000 songs? People are going to want devices that do more than just play music, something that can be seen in many other countries with more advanced mobile phone networks and savvy users," he said. article Wow-the moto/itunes relationship really must have fallen apart towards the end. Apple/Jobs clearly weren't into it when it was introduced (rightly so, since the ROKR seems far from Apple's usual standard of user-friendliness). And now Moto is sniping at Apple for it's new product. Ugly.