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Apple--product tweaks, reseller shake-up

The computer maker parts ways with several resellers, including Dell. Meanwhile, it lowers the price on its eMac for education-market buyers and updates its pro movie software.

The computer maker parts ways with several resellers, including powerhouse Dell Computer. Meanwhile, it also cuts the price on its eMac for education-market buyers and hopes for a hit with updates to its professional movie-making software.
A number of Apple's resellers are no longer authorized to sell Macs as of April 1, following a shake-up that occurred during the company's annual renewal process.
April 10, 2003


The company stops selling Apple's iPod digital music player, ending an unusual marriage of marketing convenience.
April 9, 2003


Apple reduces the computer to $699, but for most consumers the new price may prove strictly academic.
April 9, 2003


Calling them the "new tools of the trade," the company announces a trio of revised editing and production titles for professional moviemakers.
April 7, 2003