Steve Jobs on iTunes for Windows

Steve Jobs gave an interview today at D5 on some of the new developments at Apple Inc., including the forthcoming iPhone, the new Apple TV with YouTube, and the new version of iTunes that offers music without digital rights management, a.k.a. copy protection.

At one point, interviewer Walt Mossberg observes that the popularity of iTunes (for Windows) has made Apple one of the biggest developers of Windows software around – ironically. Steve’s reply:

“That’s right. … It’s like offering a glass of ice water to people in hell.”

Love it.

Raymond Brigleb

Creative Director, dreamer, partner, father, musician, photographer. Has been known to ride the rails. Pulls one heck of a shot.