Podcasting to receive Apple Support

Written by Jason Cundall

May 24, 2005 | 12:45

Tags: #itunes #podcasting #steve-jobs

Companies: #apple

After a slap up meal at the Wall Street Journal's D Conference, Steveo entertained the assembled luminaries with a demo of the forthcoming version of iTunes, which, according to reports, will have support for managing and storing Podcasts:

"With the next version of iTunes, due within 60 days, there will now be an easy way for everyone to find and subscribe to" podcasts, the company said in a statement.

Steve Jobs, Apple's co-founder and chief executive demonstrated on Sunday evening how Apple's podcasting organization and downloading process would work at a Wall Street Journal technology conference, said Tim Bajarin, an analyst at market research firm Creative Strategy.

More from Reuters.

At the same meal, Jobs also fended of questions about forthcoming Apple products, did a song and dance routine and also made balloon animals. Ok, ok - only the first is true, but a good after dinner speaker should at least be able to make balloon animals as well as demo forthcoming software IMHO.

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