Apple Apologizes For MobileMe Issues, Gives Back To Users

July 17, 2008

Apple has come out and apologized to subscribers of its MobileMe service.  The apology came after a rough launch, and because of it Apple is giving subscribers a free month of service.Washington (ChattahBox) – Apple has come out and apologized to subscribers of its MobileMe service. The apology came after a rough launch, and because of it Apple is giving subscribers a free month of service.

Apple recently sent out an e-mail subscribers, apologizing for the troubles with the new online sync service.

The company stated in the e-mail “We have recently completed the transition from .Mac to MobileMe. Unfortunately, it was a lot rockier than we had hoped. Although core services such as Mail, iDisk, Sync, Back to My Mac, and Gallery went relatively smoothly, the new MobileMe web applications had lots of problems initially.”

MobileMe is aimed to be like a form of Exchange for casual users, keeping your computer, and iPhone connected at all times with contacts, e-mail, scheduling, and storage.

The service is priced at $99 for a single user annual subscription, and replaces the older .Mac service.


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