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Thread: Apple's Ringtone Plan a Go or a Rumor?

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    It's absolutely beyond me why anyone would think it's okay to be forced to pay for ringtones for your phone, especially when the stock ones are rather weak and don't do too good of a job at grabbibg your attention.

    Any plans for ringtones other than allowing the user unlimited access to making their own for free is just plain stupid and Apple needs to start thinking about the percentage of their customers that doesn't include the absolutely devoted fanboys who will eat all the crap Apple has shoveled on us with the iPhone.

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    hmm paying for ringtones.... what would apple think of next?... they really know how to rip ppl off! now they are just looking for another way... if anything ringtones should be free for the songs purchased from itunes and songs that you have had in the past they should offer a way to cut them so you can use it...

    cant wait for someone else to take apple to court it'll be funny... someone needs to take some money out of them!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Melech518 View Post
    If you have a Mac it is so simple to create ringtones in Garageband. There is even the menu option "send ringtone to itunes"....
    i think it might be easier than looking up a ringtone and purchasing it

    im sticking to my garageband
    no wasting money for me



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    im fine with the stock ringtones.
    killall Terminal[]

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