Originally posted by aafuss1
I don't think it's possible because Apple does not have a PC of iTunes and it would be unusual if Apple supplied it with a non Apple MP3 app.
My reaction??? How about charge them a few dollars more to cover the cost to develop the software onto the peecee... Sort of like what m$ does for each of it's operating systems... why else would they charge so much for it, besides the fact that they have so many people by the short hairs.Originally posted by Hemingray
If this announcement supposedly happening tomorrow was just Steve saying "Hey Mac faithfuls, we've just made an iPod for our arch-enemy! Isn't that great?!" how would YOU react?
Originally posted by Hemingray
If Apple releases a PC version, you know they will make it sound good.
Originally posted by dukestreet
I think you're more likely to see OSX.1.5 come out, especially with the MSOffice update requiring it. A PC iPod would be great, help Apple sell more, which means they have more to invest in new tech.
Yes, but Apple would need to:Originally posted by britboy
Apple have a windows version of quicktime, so why not do the same for iTunes and make it compatible with the iPod?
So apple simply remove the applescript support from the windows version. They have to make changes to the way iTunes would interact with the OS anyway, so that would be a minor thing to take care of.Originally posted by aafuss1
Yes, but Apple would need to:
* Since iTunes 2 can use AppleScripts, Apple would have to release a Windows version of Applescript
*The CD burning feature would have to be compatible with XP
And the problem there is... ? Look at quicktime. The interface is the same as on the mac, except for the buttons on the top-left and -right.
*The interface would have to be Windows style.