Nokia Says Won't Include Itunes On N91 Music Phone STOCKHOLM -(Dow Jones)- Mobile-telecommunications firm Nokia Corp. (NOK) Thursday said it won't include Apple Computer Inc.'s (AAPL) popular iTunes software on its new N91 music phone, countering speculation it would. "Our main strategy is to provide links to telecom operators' music stores," said Kari Tuutti, a spokesman at Finland-based Nokia's Multimedia unit, which makes the N91. Tuutti said the N91 is based on an operating system that allows external developers, including Apple, to develop their own software to run on the phone. It would therefore be possible for Apple, or someone else, to offer iTunes software that can be downloaded and installed on the phone. "It will not be included in the sales package for the N91," Tuutti said. Nokia has an agreement with Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) about including software that enables easy transfer of music between mobile phones and personal computers.