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Steve Jobs: “Apple Made a Mistake”

17 April 2010 40,136 views No Comment

Pullitzer Prize winning Cartoonist Mark Fiore’s rejected iPhone app is making lot of news this week. The latest: Steve Jobs accepts that Apple was wrong on this one:

Apple’s chief executive apparently believes that his company made a mistake when it rejected an iPhone app from a cartoonist who is now a Pulitzer Prize winner.
An Apple spokeswoman did not comment Friday afternoon, but Steve Jobs, the Apple chief executive, responded by e-mail message to a customer, Robert Williamson, who asked about Mark Fiore’s rejected app on Friday.
“This was a mistake that’s being fixed,” Mr. Jobs replied.

Apple’s chief executive apparently believes that his company made a mistake when it rejected an iPhone app from a cartoonist who is now a Pulitzer Prize winner.

An Apple spokeswoman did not comment Friday afternoon, but Steve Jobs, the Apple chief executive, responded by e-mail message to a customer, Robert Williamson, who asked about Mark Fiore’s rejected app on Friday.

“This was a mistake that’s being fixed,” Mr. Jobs replied.

Source: NYTimes

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