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Apple, car companies tie up to provide iPods in cars in Japan

After-market solutions from Alpine, Clarion, Kenwood, Pioneer.

BY OUR TECHNOLOGY CORRESPONDENT

21 Aug, 2005: Apple has announced that leading car companies like Nissan, Mazda and Daihatsu have joined BMW, MINI, smart and Alfa Romeo in Japan to deliver iPod integration with their car stereos for 2006 model lines. By having the seamless integration of iPods in cars, the music lovers can enjoy high-quality music as well as easily accessing their music library. The users can also take the music system with them wherever they go.

“We’re delighted to have such a wide variety of car companies in Japan offering iPod integration,” said Greg Joswiak, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide iPod Product Marketing. “iPod is the number one digital music player in Japan and more music lovers than ever can now enjoy a seamless iPod music experience in their car.”

For those cars which do not have an iPod integration, an array of after-market solutions are available from Alpine, Clarion, Kenwood and Pioneer.

iPod and iTunes lead the current global digital music revolution by providing the best way to listen to high quality music-on-the-go, at home and in the car. iPod has become the world's most popular music player with 21 mllion iPods sold. With over 500 million music songs downloaded, iTunes has become the choice for online music fans.

BY OUR TECHNOLOGY CORRESPONDENT

 

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