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Macworld San Francisco Announcements

Macworld San Francisco Announcements

Apple Introduces Mac mini

Apple® today introduced Mac® mini, the most affordable and compact Mac ever. Starting at just $949 incl GST, Mac mini is the ideal desktop computer for anyone looking to get started with Mac OS® X and features iLife® Œ05, the latest version of Apple¹s innovative suite of software for managing digital photo and music collections, editing movies and creating music.

Apple Introduces iPod shuffle

Apple® today introduced iPod® shuffle, a breakthrough digital music player based on iPod¹s legendary shuffle feature which lets users experience their music in a million different ways. Smaller and lighter than a pack of gum, iPod shuffle comes with its own lanyard so it¹s ready to wear right out of the box.

Apple & Leading Car Companies Team Up to Deliver iPod Integration in 2005

Mercedes-Benz, Volvo, Nissan, Alfa Romeo & Ferrari Announce Integrated iPod Car Stereo Solutions

Apple & Mercedes-Benz Unveil iPod Integration Kit

Mercedes-Benz is First Automaker to Deliver Full iPod Music Navigation

Apple & Volvo Announce iPod Connectivity For Entire 2005 US Model Line

Apple® and Volvo Cars of North America, LLC (VCNA) today announced two iPod® connectivity options for Volvo¹s entire 2005 US model line, allowing iPod users to listen to their music collection through their Volvo audio system.

Please note that announcements on iLife Œ05, Final Cut Express HD and iWork Œ05 will be made available shortly.

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