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•Cisco claims Apple created phony company to sidestep iPhone trademark:
Apparently [Digg]
Despite calling Cisco's lawsuit silly, Apple created a "phony" company called Ocean Telecom Services LLC to "get around" Cisco's trademark.

•Apple's Jobs: More iPhone apps coming before launch [Digg]
New iPhone Apps are coming before launch from approved third-party sources. The surprise? You'll have to pay for some.

•Apple may introduce Cheaper, 'Lower End' versions of the iPhone [Digg]
Analysts are assuming Apple will release a lower-end version of the iPhone in the same way there's an iPod Nano to the regular iPod. But what features can you strip out of the iPhone and still call it an iPhone?

•iPhone Locked To Cingular, But "Bad Guys" Might Unlock It [Digg]
The iPhone is Cingular-specific, but those cellphone unlockers should be able to devise a way to unlock it for T-Mobile/overseas customers. Cingular calls these people "bad guys".

•How Apple Kept The iPhone Secret For 30 Months [Digg]
They gave fake models of the iPhone to partners, including Yahoo, Google, and Cingular.


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