Apple Weekly Report #119: More Lawsuits, iPhone Launches, and WWDC

The Apple lawsuit train pulled into the station to pick up more passengers this week, the World Wide Developer Conference dates were finally announced, and the iPhone officially launched in Ireland and Austria. Lionsgate Films joined the iTunes Digital Copy program, Intel is jumping on the solid state drive bandwagon, the iPhone Dev Team is already working on an App Store hack, Adobe is bringing Flash to the iPhone, Apple updated the AirPort Express and Safari 3, and Jeff's Quick Tip of the Week: Menu bar translucency.


Apple Weekly Report #119: More Lawsuits, iPhone Launches, and WWDC

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The Apple lawsuit train pulled into the station to pick up more passengers this week, the World Wide Developer Conference dates were finally announced, and the iPhone officially launched in Ireland and Austria. Lionsgate Films joined the iTunes Digital Copy program, Intel is jumping on the solid state drive bandwagon, the iPhone Dev Team is already working on an App Store hack, Adobe is bringing Flash to the iPhone, Apple updated the AirPort Express and Safari 3, and Jeff's Quick Tip of the Week: Menu bar translucency.

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