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    A long-delayed cellphone from Apple Computer Inc. and Motorola Inc. that can play iTunes music downloads is finally set to make its debut through Cingular Wireless, a research analyst said. The new phone will be equipped with software that would allow it to play songs purchased at Apple's iTunes website, according to Roger Entner, an analyst for research firm Ovum, who said he learned of the plans from an industry executive. Representatives from Apple, Cingular and Motorola declined to comment, but the three companies are expected to roll out the device at an event in San Francisco next week. Apple announced Monday that it would host a news conference Sept. 7. It was unclear whether the new phone will allow users to download music directly over a cellular Internet connection or if they would have to download songs to a computer and then transfer them to the handset. AAPL (Nasdaq) rose 73 cents (U.S.) to $46.57. MOT (NYSE) rose 67 cents to $21.92. AP
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