Motorola unveiled several new mobile phones at the 3GSM event in France today, including the first phone to support Apple’s iTunes. The Motorola E1060 features a 1.3 megapixel camera for still photos or video, a VGA camera for 2-way video conferencing, Bluetooth, audio and video streaming with playback support for MPEG4 (AAC), WMV/WMA and MP3 files. The phone is expected to ship with 32MB of internal memory (expandable up to 512MB) in the fourth-quarter of 2005. “We’re committed to have iTunes as the default music client, but we’ll also continue to support other music players such as RealPlayer (from RealNetworks),” said Amer Husaini, vice president for Motorola’s mobile devices group in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and South Asia.