SAN FRANCISCO - Apple Computer today introduced the iTunes Phone, a music-playing phone that Apple CEO Steve Jobs is comparing to the company's popular iPod shuffle music player.
Jobs made the announcement today at a press event in San Francisco.
The phone is being launched as part of a partnership with Motorola. It comes loaded with iTunes software and can hold about 100 songs.
Users can transfer songs form their PC or Macintosh computers via a USB cable.
The phone stops playing music when a call is received.