In an article posted today on BusinessWeek, Roger O. Crockett writes about Motorola’s upcoming iPod-savvy mobile phone. The new phone was recently postponed and Crockett says this is because the major wireless networks in the US are hesitant to accept it into their networks. “Zander (Edward Zander, Motorola’s chief executive) said Motorola and Apple want to hold off until the phone is closer to hitting store shelves. But three industry sources say a lack of support from such giant cellular operators as Verizon Wireless and Cingular Wireless was instrumental in delaying the unveiling. So far, the wireless companies are reluctant to promote the Motorola-Apple phone.”