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Apple denies they sent iPhone email to Engadget

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 18 May 2007 14:28 User comments (2)

Apple denies they sent iPhone email to Engadget A few days ago, we reported about Apple losing stock due to an inaccurate report by Engadget. Engadget claims the email was sent from a trustworthy source at Apple, and there is no doubt about its validity.
Apple however, feels differently. Apple spokesperson Natalie Kerris has flatly denied the claim that Apple sent the email. She also confirmed the iPhone was on track for its June launch, and that the new OS, Leopard, was still scheduled for an October public beta.

Industry watchers are begging for an SEC investigation, especially if the email is determined to originally come from someone hoping to manipulate Apple's stock prices.

Yesterday's FCC approval of the iPhone has helped to raise the stock back to its average price so the damage was reversed.

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2 user comments

118.5.2007 16:03

Well if this is true then Apple have a mole in their team that is making side deals. However long it will take for them to get it going it will have a big launch soo we will all know about it.

221.5.2007 17:37

Put the RIAA in charge of investigating where the email came from. They seem to feel that everybody they point the finger at is illegally downloaded their content (dead people, people with no computers etc.) beyond the shadow of a doubt. I'm sure that they are more than qualified to get to the bottom of this mystery.

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