#9001 - 06/06/0203:35 PMAAC instead of MP3? In iPod and iTunes?
With the release of a Quicktime 6 preview Apple explains on its website the great benefits of MPEG4 video and the accompanying AAC audio. In every way AAC sounds better than mp3. So, since Quicktime can use this new audio technology can we expect iTunes and iPods to be using it very soon? Is mp3 really a format that will disappear soon?<br>Audio gurus please speak up about this if you can, this is all very interesting.<br><br><br>
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