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Re: Sprint's Big Fat iPhone Bet
Posted by: Rachelle Dragani 2011-10-05 10:58:33
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Apple watchers flocked to Cupertino Tuesday to finally see another of the company's highly anticipated product roll-outs. There they witnessed a new iPhone complete with voice-recognition technology, new and improved iPods at cheaper prices, and a glimpse into Apple's future with iCloud. As usual, countless rumors touching on every possible iPhone tweak surrounded Apple's latest launch, and it's tough to say whether there were any outright surprises. But the company has set a high bar for itself, and Apple's fans an investors typically expect nothing short of amazement.


Poor execution
Posted by: tret1584 2011-10-05 11:01:48 In reply to: Rachelle Dragani
24 hours later and NOT ONE WORD about the new iPhone on Sprint's website. No pricing, pictures, expected dates. NOTHING. I guess a $20 billion bet is not too important to them.
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