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Submission + - Apple Throws $100 Bone to iPhone Early Adopters->

Fierythrasher writes: "Yesterday when Apple lowered the price of the iPhone by $200 I was happy as I thought of buying one, but felt pains of sympathy for a friend of mine who bought one a few weeks ago for the full $600 price tag. Today Gizmodo is reporting Steve Jobs truly demonstrates he is not evil by offering all iPhone early adopters a $100 gift card for use in the Apple retail or online stores.

So...I guess iPhone users can get a free Shuffle or a half off nano? Personally I'd be more impressed if it was a $100 iTunes gift card, but I guess users can go throught the extra step and buy the iTunes card from the Apple store."

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Communications

Submission + - Apple offers $100 credit to early iPhone adopters->

tholomyes writes: "An open letter from Steve Jobs shows sympathy to the plight of the early adopters after the recent and drastic price decrease of the iPhone.

"...we have decided to offer every iPhone customer who purchased an iPhone from either Apple or AT&T, and who is not receiving a rebate or any other consideration, a $100 store credit..."

Details are still in the works at this time."

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Communications

Submission + - Apple to give iphone users $100 credit->

robbmcmahan writes: "Breaking under pressure, Steve Job posted an open letter on the Apple website for current iPhone customers regarding the $200 price drop yesterday. In a nut shell it says that iphone customers will get a $100 Apple credit as long as they have not already had a rebate for their iphone purchase."
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Nintendo

Submission + - What are your favorite Family playable Games?

egorss78 writes: My wife and I are finishing up Lego Star Wars 2 and was wondering what games you have played with your non-game playing friends/family. My wife was never much of a gamer, but I got her a Wii as a gift figuring it would be different enough to maybe catch her interest. It has, and since we are running out of games to play I have been looking for a good list of co-op type games that are more family friendly. Any suggestions?

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