Apple CFO talks Apple TV, iPhone, Leopard and retail (link to full transcript)

“Speaking at the Morgan Stanley Technology Conference in San Francisco on Tuesday, Apple chief financial officer Peter Oppenheimer fielded questions on the company’s upcoming launch of Apple TV and iPhone, while also talking at length about Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard and strategies in the retail segment,” AppleInsider reports.

Highlights:
• Apple has no plans to license Mac OS X
• Apple’s iTunes has 400 movies for sale online
• Oppenheimer says iPhone to “redefine” mobile phone market
• March release for Apple TV reiterated
• 40 more Apple retail stores this year; 10 in locations outside the US

The full transcript the near 40 minute session here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “LinuxGuy and Mac Prodigal Son” for the heads up.]

10 Comments

  1. l wish they made os to work with a normal pc. l want to come over to the mac but l still love my games. l carn`t afford a mac pro way too much and a crappy videocard. anyway l guess l can just dream. hehe

  2. Apple’s CFO said:

    “We believe that consumers would be best served in a marketplace where any player can play music purchased from any store, and any store could sell music that would be playable on any player. We think this is the best result for consumers and Apple would embrace it wholeheartedly. In terms of the financial impact, that remains to be seen. We’ve sold over 2 billion songs, 50 million TV shows, 1.3 million movies. We’ve provided a great experience to customers, and we think we have the best solution out there. We’re going to continue to invest in the iPod and in iTunes, and we stand ready to compete.”

    Exactly right. Well said. Bravo!

    Music wants to be DRM-free.

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