Apple Computer has worked out an agreement with Air France, Continental, Delta, Emirates, KLM, and United to enable the use of iPods with in-flight entertainment systems. Passengers who grace the decks of the mentioned airlines will be able to charge their iPods during flight as well as watch video content over the displays provided. Just make sure your iPod contains family-friendly material as you would not want to embarass yourself getting caught with a rather seedy video collection. This collaboration between half a dozen airlines and Apple will take off sometime in the middle of next year. Looks like the iPod has pulled even further ahead of the Zune now with this latest revelation.
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