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September 9, 2007

Apple Is Not ALone In Feelng PR Pain

by Andrea K. Walker, Baltimore Sun

While few companies made the move that Apple did by offering a $100 in-store credit to early iPhone buyers, many marketing experts say issuing a quick mea culpa and working out the problems are the best way to appease customers and mend a company's image.

Apple's New iPods, Pretty As A PIcture

by The Times

How Apple's iPhone Ate The New iPods

by Steven Levy, Newsweek

This time Jobs lost control of his story.

Instead of pages and pages of discussion about the new iPods, people are, instead, talking about the iPhone price cut and the subsequent $100 rebate. Did Apple PR/Steve Jobs make a big misstep this year?

iTunes Movie Rental Could Make Apple TV Very Useful


Does Apple Still Covet The Enterprise?

by John C. Welch, InformationWeek

Unlike Microsoft, Apple's offerings are simpler to deal with at every sage, from research to purchasing to implementation.

On Apple And Steven P. Jobs

by J-Strizzle

This is a man capable of unbelievable personal growth and who obviously believes "foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds."

Random Thoughts On A Sunday Morning

by Heng-Cheong Leong, MyAppleMenu

What if there is a clause in the Apple-AT&T contract, indicating that once there are hacks out there to unlock the phone, Apple must lower the selling price of iPhones so as to encourage more people to just simply sign up with AT&T? :-)

iTunes 7.4 Obsolete After 48 Hours; 7.4.1 Breaks Homebrew Ringtones

by Michael Rose, The Unofficial Apple Weblog

Most iPhone Owners Happy With $100 Credit

by Gregg Keizer, Computerworld

Apple Says Rebates OK For Apple, Not Microsoft Customers

by David Kravets, Wired

In 2003, Apple noted in a statement opposing a Microsoft settlement that "fewer than 25 percent of customers redeem these types of vouchers."

Leaked Ad Points To 16GB iPhone On November 12

by Russell Shaw, ZDNet

Updated iPods Confirm Apple's Monopoly, Lawyers Say

by David Kravets, Wired

Lawyers suing Apple said the new devices bolster their antitrust case accusing Apple of trying to monopolize the markets for digital music players and online music sales.

The class-action firm says that like their predecessors, Apple's latest iPods will not play music encoded in Microsoft's competing Windows Media Audio, or WMA, format.

iTunes Movie Rentals... Confirmed?

by David Watanabe

Looks like "RetnalMovies" will be coming to the iTunes store.

By Heng-Cheong Leong