Apple Weekly Report #129: iPhone 3G Launch, App Store & MobileMe
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Apple had a busy week with the launch of the iPhone 3G, the App Store, MobileMe and iPhone Software 2.0. Not everything went as planned with the iPhone or MobileMe launch, but the App Store hit the streets running with over 500 native iPhone and iPod touch applications. Also, the DOJ won't file charges in its investigation into Apple's backdated stock options, and this week's Quick Tip: Accessing the App Store.
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- The Context Machine Fodder
- 200 People Line Up in Boulder for iPhone 3G
- Orlando Lines Form Early For iPhone 3G
- Initial Signups Slower than Original iPhone - Boulder Line Gets Longer
- AT&T Servers Down Due to Volume, Activation Process Stalled
- Some AT&T Stores Allowing iPhone 3G Pre-orders
- AT&T Says iPhone 3G Sold Out, As Lines Grow At Apple Stores
- MobileMe Goes Live
- MobileMe Already Offline
- MobileMe/.Mac Services Still Down
- Apple TV 2.1 Adds MobileMe Support
- Apple's App Store: Open for Business
- App Store to Launch with over 500 iPhone Apps
- Apple Releases iTunes 7.7 with App Store Support
- DOJ: No Backdating Charges Against Apple
- iPO Quick Tip - iTunes: Accessing the App Store
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