📅 March 04, 2010     🕐 1 minute read

Ubuntu 10.04 Adds Native Support For The iPhone And iPod Touch

Today, we have some good news for all Ubuntu Linux users: Ubuntu 10.04 will add native reading and writing support for the iPhone and iPod Touch.

Back in October we talked about usbmuxd, a project that adds iPhone/iPod Touch Linux syncing support. Today, we have some good news for all Ubuntu Linux users: Ubuntu 10.04 will add native reading and writing support for the iPhone and iPod Touch.

You will have to use Rhythmbox for for music management, but all of this will be available when Ubuntu 10.04 will be released in April . Compatibility with the system was made possible thanks to usbmuxd.

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