Are Apple’s Customers Rebelling?

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Date: Tuesday, July 11th, 2006, 23:44
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There’s been rash of press recently suggesting Apple is weathering a growing consumer recoil following claims about poor quality control, anti-iTunes legislation and allegations about Chinese sweatshops.

“Are we falling out of love with iPod?” asks the Daily Telegraph. The BBC queries, “Is Apple Feeling The Heat?” And The Scotsman reports, “Apple faces the music as public discord with iPod grows.”

“… two years after Britain fell in love with the iPod there are signs that the pocket-sized box that transformed the way millions listen to music is beginning to lose its shine,” claims The Scotsman.

But, in fact, there’s no consumer backlash at all. Apple’s firing on all cylinders, and is selling more Macs and iPods than ever.

Wired News: Are Apple’s Customers Rebelling?

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There’s been rash of press recently suggesting Apple is weathering a growing consumer recoil following claims about poor quality control, anti-iTunes legislation and allegations about Chinese sweatshops.

“Are we falling out of love with iPod?” asks the Daily Telegraph. The BBC queries, “Is Apple Feeling The Heat?” And The Scotsman reports, “Apple faces the music as public discord with iPod grows.”

“… two years after Britain fell in love with the iPod there are signs that the pocket-sized box that transformed the way millions listen to music is beginning to lose its shine,” claims The Scotsman.

But, in fact, there’s no consumer backlash at all. Apple’s firing on all cylinders, and is selling more Macs and iPods than ever.

Wired News: Are Apple’s Customers Rebelling?

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