SAN FRANCISCO, June 21 (Reuters) - Apple Computer Inc. on Monday announced an adapter to allow users of its iPod digital music player to connect them in some BMW and MINI Cooper models and play their music libraries through the car stereo systems using the car's controls. Apple and BMW AG said in a joint statement that the adapter, priced at $149, would work in BMW's 3 Series, Z4 Roadster, X3 and X5 SUVs and the Mini Cooper. Users would plug the iPod into a cable in the car's glove ...
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