During an interview at The Wall Street Journal's D Conference yesterday, Steve Jobs disclosed that although the
Here's a short blurb from GigaOM's partial transcript of the interview: The wireless industry is "spending a lot on 3G and people haven't voted with their pocket. I think the [mobile] Internet experience is bad. You get the baby Internet, mobile Internet, or something bizarre. We want to deliver the real Internet experience... [The] phone is not a great place to discover and browse large libraries. I think you have to sync it with your PC, anyway. Why not just buy [music] on a PC and sync it to your phone? People know how to buy music on computers."
For more on the iPhone's support for third party apps:
- read this article from CNET