December 2, 2012

Five Myths About Apple

Darrell Etherington, Washington Post


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Darrell Etherington writes about Apple and start-ups for TechCrunch, the technology blog and Web site. He has covered Apple since 2007.

This fall, Apple chief executive Tim Cook formally apologized for the company’s mistake-filled mobile map application, which became a national joke for its screwy geography. The misstep focused new attention on the legendary company and how it has fared since the death of Steve Jobs in October 2011. Questions abound: Will holiday shoppers fill their carts, virtual and real, with as many Apple products as last year? Is the...

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