(Adds comments from CEOs of Apple, BMW of North America, adds details, byline) By Duncan Martell SAN FRANCISCO, June 21 (Reuters) - Apple Computer Inc. on Monday unveiled an adapter that lets users of its iPod digital music player connect them to stereo systems in some BMW and Mini Cooper models and use buttons on the steering wheel to play their music libraries. 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 ...
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