I-Phone's "lukewarm reception"

by Jason Gross

1 November 2005

 

Note this tidbit from a Reuters story: Sprint launches music service, fast network: “Cingular, a venture of SBC Communications Inc. and BellSouth, in September began selling a Motorola Inc. phone that runs Apple’s music-playing iTunes software but the phone has met with a lukewarm reception.”  And how much do you want to bet that Steve Jobs isn’t losing sleep over this…

 

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