Apple has reportedly sorted out all the issues with the service and offered a 30-day extension to contracts as an olive branch to disgruntled users, but it appears that the MobileMe launch debacle is still haunting the Cupertino giant.
In an internal email leaked to Ars Technica, Apple’s Steve Jobs admitted that it was “a mistake to launch MobileMe at the same time as iPhone 3G, iPhone 2.0 software and the App Store” adding that the service is “not up to Apple’s standards.” As a result, Jobs has reorganized the MobileMe team and vowed to make it a service they’re proud of “by the end of the year” – which obviously won’t sit well with those who already plopped down their $99 for a year’s worth of service.
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