I think on this question we will have to wait until the iPhone is out and then we will know.This seems like a no-brainer, but I've read several places that it may not be able to download songs without going through a computer, just like iPods must do. Can anyone clarify if this is the case or not?
What does the web browser have to do with it? The iTunes Store is accessed with iTunes not the web browser.Full blown web browser my ass!
I read that too but I hope that's not true. Apple's making such headway in making the wireless world more of a reality (providing wireless mice/keyboards at checkout) and the Apple TV has wireless...I think steve said no transfer without computer. He said it wouldn't sync wirelessly so I don't think you could DL directly.
I wasn't talking about iTunes. *gasp*What does the web browser have to do with it? The iTunes Store is accessed with iTunes not the web browser.
BTW, if you would check out post #5 in the other thread on this topic (see my post above for the link), you find that Apple has filed for a patent regarding this. It implies that this is a feature that will eventually be available.
Than what were you talking about? From you posted it isn't clear.I wasn't talking about iTunes. *gasp*
The only way for "them" (I assume you mean Apple) to make money by you downloading songs over Wi-Fi is for you to purchase the music from the iTunes Store. As of now, that means accessing the iTunes Store via iTunes. How does a web browser fit into this equation.Can you run iTunes..... on the iPhone? lol
Being able to download songs over Wi-Fi is another way for them to make money. Chances are that will be readily available.
Not saying anything is wrong with that, but which company doesn't take advantage of that?
Hmm, now this got me thinking (uh oh!). How about iPhone's talking to each other? Hmm...
Well, I wasn't thinking about sharing a song with someone. More like sky's the limit. You can exchange photos, chat, head-to-head gaming, who knows!Oh you mean like the ZUNE! No way. That is quite posibly the sorst feature ever. I think that being able to access shared iTunes librarys is a good idea but iPhone to iPhone is way too much.
Ok well as long as it's not like a zune i'm happy. I mean come the only seling point of a zune is that you can turn it off.Well, I wasn't thinking about sharing a song with someone. More like sky's the limit. You can exchange photos, chat, head-to-head gaming, who knows!