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Special Device Help Prevent Suddent Infant Death

Special Device Help Prevent Suddent Infant Death

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Fortune’s ‘Inside Apple’ Shows a Furious Steve Jobs After MobileMe Launch

Written on May 09, 2011 by Japhet Writ

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"You've tarnished Apple's reputation... You should hate each other for having let each other down... Mossberg, our friend, is no longer writing good things about us." --- Steve Jobs, CEO, Apple Inc.

As summarized by Business Insider: Steve Jobs assembled the team that created MobileMe following its launch, and after receiving poor review from Wall Street Journal’s Walt Mossberg. With raging frustration due to MobileMe’s failure, the Apple CEO is said to have named a new executive-in-charge for the service. Fortune’s author, Adam Lashinsky, also reported that the original MobileMe team was disbanded.

Introduced in June 2009 as a successor for .Mac, the MobileMe ‘push’ service includes Web-based applications like mail, contact and calendar. However, the service got a rocky start, and Apple apologized for the multitude of problems that occurred in the service. In addition to that, the company offered a free 30-day trial subscription.

This year though, Apple is believed to introduce MobileMe’s successor — the iCloud. The soon-to-debut Internet cloud service will provide music streaming and enhanced sync capabilities between connected devices. Will the iCloud ever be able to redeem Apple’s tarnished reputation?

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