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Macworld Tokyo 2002 Special Report

[Updated: 03|20|02 12:22 A.M. PST]

  • 10GB iPod announced and available for purchase at the Apple Store for $499
  • Personalized laser engraving available for your iPod. Limit: 2 lines, 27 characters per line. Price: $49
  • iPod Software Updater v1.1 released. Download Now…
  • iTunes v2.0.4 released. Download Now…

iPod Software Updater v1.1 highlights:

  • Contact manager stores up to 1000 industry-standard vCards (version 2.1 or 3.09)
  • iPod lets you view names and addresses downloaded from programs like Entourage, Palm Desktop, and the Mac OS X Address Book
  • Shuffle by album
  • Ability to “scrub” songs using the scroll wheel
  • New Equalizer with more than 20 presets
  • Individual song equalization settings from iTunes
  • “Time Elapsed” and “Remaining” times are displayed simultaniously
  • The hidden Breakout game has been moved to the “Legal” screen

Download Now…

AppleScripts: Move your contacts to the iPod

Apple released two AppleScripts to “automate the process of extracting and importing contact listings from your computer into an upgraded iPod (v1.1)”:

Address Book to iPod   Download…
Entourage to iPod   Download…

MacWorld Tokyo photo gallery

MacRumors reports a link to a personal MacWorld Tokyo photo gallery. Note the docking station for an iPod and the iPod jukebox. (First reported at iPoding)

View the photo gallery…

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