Analyst Predicts: Apple sells 3 Million iPhone 3Gs in the first month of release

Not too long ago, Apple was telling us that they had sold 1 Million iPhones over the opening weekend. Now, Fortune is reporting that they managed to triple that number to 3 million units sold in the first month of the iPhone 3Gs release. This info comes from Micahel Cote, an analyst who is a Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 322 – Rumors, lawsuits, and $999 Apps – Oh My!

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FLASHBACK: Apple Logo Shoes

FLASHBACK: Apple Logo Shoes
It’s been a while since we’ve done a flashback (there’s only so much Apple History to cover after all), but while I was looking for an image of Apple HQ this morning, I stumbled across these wonderful Apple Shoes. These sneakers were given to Apple employees in the 1990s (during the time period before Steve Read more…

Former employee accuses Apple of violating California labor laws

Former employee accuses Apple of violating California labor laws
A former Apple employee is charging that the company has been violating California labor laws for several years according to MacNN. This week David Walsh has filed a lawsuit against the company saying that in his work as a network engineer, between 1995 and 2007, he was regularly made to work more than 40 hour Read more…

Steve Jobs: MobileMe launch was a “mistake” and not “up to Apple’s standards”

Last night Apple CEO Steve Jobs sent an internal email to Apple employees admitting that the MobileMe launch was a mistake, and that they company had a lot to learn. Ars Technica had a chance to look at the email, and provide a few quotes. Jobs started by saying that the MobileMe launch was “not Read more…

Wait a minute – 2010? What happened to the Apple/AT&T 5 Year deal?

Wait a minute - 2010? What happened to the Apple/AT&T 5 Year deal?
This weekend USA Today posted an interview with AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson. Several other blogs posted about it – and all of them have focused on one thing — the idea that the iPhone exclusivity deal has been “extended” to 2010. There’s only one real problem with the report. 2010 isn’t an extension of anything…depending Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 318 – iTunes update, Psystar Lawyers up, and more!

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Apple completes MobileMe mail restoration

Another update on the Apple MobileMe Status blog informs us that Apple has completely repaired the mail service which was unaccessible by 1% of registered users on and off for the last week or two. If there are MobileMe users that are still experiencing Mail problems, Apple has launched a dedicated chat line for this Read more…

Apple Stores opening early, handing out tickets to iPhone customers

Apple Stores opening early, handing out tickets to iPhone customers
Apple is making efforts to smooth out the iPhone waiting experience. Apple stores are opening as early as 8:00 am. Apple employees are then going through the line and pre-qualifying customers. Once you have been pre-qualified they are issuing tikets for iPhones that people can either wait in line and use right then, or they Read more…

Are Bloggers over stating the App Store problems?

Over the weekend, and again today, I have read posts on other blogs about the current issues surrounding the App Store, and problems that developers are having with it. The first was on TUAW this weekend. It’s titled simply enough “iPhone 2.1 SDK Disappointments” but the post itself includes a variety of over the top Read more…