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January 7, 2005

January 6, 2005

January 5, 2005

  • Apple China refuses comment on "Q88" codename product. (Beijing Apple House)
  • 42nd President of the United States of America Bill Clinton praises Apple Inc.'s December 26, 2004 tsunami appeals. Meanwhile, the tsunami appeals now appear on the Apple China website.
  • Apple Inc. sues Think Secret and other unnamed individuals, alleging recent reports from the site contains Apple trade secrets.
  • Adobe announces Adobe Acrobat 7.0 and Adobe Reader 7.0. (MacMinute)
  • Apple has sent customers on its European Apple Stores (Online) emails notifying them that they may receive cash back on any products purchased from December 14, 2004 through to January 3, 2005, which recently had its price slashed.
  • Apple also sinks prices on iSights (Germany: EUR 149 instead of EUR 169); price reductions spread to Cyberport and Gravis in Germany. iPods not affected by recent price slashes. (

January 4, 2005

January 3, 2005

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