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Souring on Apple?

The Mac maker announces some deals, but analysts aren't impressed. Meanwhile, the iPod and eMac display run into trouble.

The Mac maker announces some deals, but analysts aren't impressed. Meanwhile, the iPod and eMac display run into trouble.

Apple cuts price of .Mac for schools
The Mac maker unveils a discounted version of its suite of online services for the education market, but some say the company is still charging too much.
October 1, 2002

Apple confirms eMac display problem
The computer maker says that the problem, which has since been eliminated from its manufacturing process, has affected a "very small" number of the machines.
October 1, 2002

.Mac subscribers grow steadily
Another 80,000 people sign up to pay for Apple's Web tools, bringing the total to 180,000. Still, that figure pales in comparison with the number who used the services when they were free.
October 1, 2002

Microsoft cuts Office price on new Macs
Beginning Tuesday, buyers of new Macs can pick up the full version of Office v. X for $199, or about $200 less than the full purchase price.
September 30, 2002

Apple pulls iPod in France
The company pulls its music player from store shelves in France because the device is capable of producing noise levels that exceed government regulations.
September 30, 2002

Apple releases iSync beta
The Mac maker's latest "i" application can be used to synchronize contact and calendar data with Palm handhelds, the iPod music player, and a number of Bluetooth-enabled cell phones.
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