Steve Jobs drops in to testify in Apple iPod class action trial
Published reports say that Jobs' sworn video testimony is that language preventing the iPod from loading music from sources other than iTunes, was baked into Apple's contracts with the record labels. One report quotes Jobs as saying "We had pretty much black and white contracts with the labels," during the video.
Plaintiffs are seeking $350 million from Apple. The trial actually started Tuesday in Oakland, California, and other Apple executives, including Eddy Cue, are expected to testify. In case you were wondering, the iPods involved in the suit were sold from 2006 to 2009.