Steve Jobs, Apple's dynamic baby boomer CEO, made headlines Wednesday when he announced a new generation of iPods and said Apple was going to reduce the price of its top of the line eight gig iPhone by $200.
Of course, if you were an early adopter -- someone Apple needs to drive its innovative businesses -- you could have felt screwed.
But, one day later Jobs made it right by offering all those who paid $200 too much a credit of $100.
"We want to do the right thing for our valued iPhone customers," Jobs said. "We apologize for disappointing some of you, and we are doing our best to live up to your high expectations of&hellip
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