5 comments
Comment from: Lachlan [Visitor]
Lachlan

Apple have feedback forms for iTunes on their website …
http://www.apple.com/feedback
and they do read them. Fill one out - it’s a legitimate gripe.

07/20/05 @ 03:40
Comment from: Rob [Visitor]
Rob

It may be a legitamate gripe from a user perspective, but remember that Apple has to deal with the recording industries when it comes to iTunes song copying features. They may not be wanting to play that game.

But I agree. It sucks. But I just carry my computer, which happens to be a 12″ PowerBook, just about everywhere I go. So this is not such an issue for me.

07/20/05 @ 07:28
Comment from: [Member]

Thanks for the feedback link Lachlan. :)

Rob: the legitimate and main gripe is about making it easy to listen to the iPod and update the meta data on a secondary iTunes. No music data ever needs to be copied out of the iPod. What we want to copy out of the ipod however is the updated meta data (Genres, Artwork, Playlists…)!

I just submitted feedback to this url: http://www.apple.com/feedback/ipod.html
and I’d like to invite everyone sharing this concern to do so also.
Hopefully Apple will hear us ;)

07/20/05 @ 16:13
Comment from: Marc Upson [Visitor]
Marc Upson

I don’t even own an iPod but…
First problem: If you were using an Apple computer, I’d suggest “Yamipod". Maybe something equivalent exists for PC…
Second problem : T.F.B.
Third problem : Can’t you choose not to “synchronize” and upload just the stuff you want to see go into the iPod ?
Cheers.
M

08/08/05 @ 13:08
Comment from: ladyboy kat [Visitor]
ladyboy kat

nobody in thailand can afford mp3,
many people still use walkman with cassette tape
rich ones have cd.

ladyboy kat xx

06/20/06 @ 00:20


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