Apple vp describes iPod Camera Connector
long with new iPod photo models, A
pple yesterday announced the iPod Camera connector, an optional (US)$29 accessory that enables iPod users to connect their digital camera to an iPod to transfer photos. But the company only described the device and did not produce a photo. In Apple+pipes+in+new+iPods/2100-1041_3-5586848-2.html?tag=st.next\">an interview
with CNet News.com
pple vice president, Greg Joswiak, described the camera connector as \"a small white plastic device, similar in appearance to a small docking station, that has a cable for connecting to the iPod and a USB port for connecting to a camera.\" It will work with both the new iPod photos and with earlier photo player models, said Joswiak, who also heads A
pple\'s iPod product marketing. \"Pictures loaded onto an iPod directly will be able to display immediately on the iPod. But for the photos to be shown on a TV, the iPod Photo will need to be connected to a Mac or PC first.\"