Mp3Pro - iTunes and iPod

in Mac Software edited January 2014
Anyone know if and when the new mp3pro format will make it to iTunes and iPod? Seems like it would improve the performance and demand for them.


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    nebagakidnebagakid Posts: 2,692member
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    cdhostagecdhostage Posts: 1,038member
    1,000 songs in your pocket is a nice round number. 2,000 songs in your pocket is less so.

    You could probably make a firmware patch for the iPod that would allow you to use MP3Pro.
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    4fx4fx Posts: 258member
    Thats nice and all for marketing. But I couldnt care. Apple has allowed for firmware upgrade for the iPod, so why not upgrade it to mp3pro so you could fit even more songs on with better quality?
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    gordygordy Posts: 1,004member
    I haven't heard of mp3pro, where can I read more about this format?

    EDIT: Just in case someone else here was as lost as I was in AI's absence, here is more info:

    <a href=",4586,5083015,00.html"; target="_blank">,4586,5083015,00.html</a>;

    [ 11-15-2001: Message edited by: gordy ]</p>
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    gordygordy Posts: 1,004member
    [Okay, now that I am 'educated' on this topic...]

    MP3Pro is backwards compatible, so why wouldn't iPod--or any other Hardware/Software MP3 Player already support the format?

    I just downloaded one from, and it played okay.

    [ 11-15-2001: Message edited by: gordy ]</p>
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