Rotten Apples: AT&T flexed, Apple caved and customers should be concerned

Rotten Apples: AT&T flexed, Apple caved and customers should be concerned

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It’s true, today I’m disappointed in Apple. Not because of the iPad thing. I’m pretty impressed with what the company announced today. My disappointment is a matter of something deeper – a sign that Apple gave in to a carrier, rather than standing up for the customers. Anyone with iOS...
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