Apple's stock is down sharply this morning after a report that demand for the iPhone 5 is waning. The Wall Street Journal reports Apple has cut orders for iPhone 5 components, like screens, because of the weak demand.
Today, Apple CEO Tim Cook, posted a letter of apology to customers, in response to growing criticism over the Maps app in Apple’s new operating system. We imagine how Google co-founder Sergey Brin might have responded.
CEO Tim Cook took to the Apple website Friday to say he's sorry for the company's lousy maps and to steer users to the competition -- who are more than happy to supply the panicking masses with map apps.