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Thanks to Macworld's iPhone Central, we learn today that Apple has purchased full-page ads in both the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal that include the news - in small print at the bottom of the ads - that the iTunes App Store has now distributed "over 300 million" iPhone apps from a total of "over 10,000" titles …


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  1. Ron Eve
    Jobs Horns

    Waste of time reporting

    Tch!! "Pandora is not available in the UK iTunes store"

    Why didn't you mention that when posting the link?


    Irritated of Tunbridge Wells.

  2. Ed

    The UK Top 25

    Why does the UK top 25 have so many bad apps in it? Like the #3 Paid App is "Night Camera" which is rated 2.5/5 and has a load of poor reviews... Are people really that stupid that they buy badly rated apps?

    I think these top 25s are really flawed, there's something certainly odd about them anyway...

  3. J


    "Apple spreads 300 million iPhone apps"

    It sounds like you're talking about a disease...

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  5. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward


    It's an ad, and wholly dependent on unverifiable information. A bit like MS stating that Vista was their most secure OS ever (whoehahahaha). The fact that the number has gone up is not proof either..

    Sounds like a check with Advertising Standards to me..

  6. Anonymous Coward


    Surely Apple won't ever lie in their adverts? And even if they do, it happens so quickly you just won't see it!

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