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10 Times Apple Failed Spectacularly At Technology



Apple is good at making tech products. Very good. You don't get a stock value bigger than the gross domestic product of Switzerland by making copycat calculators. 

But you also don't rise to the top of the tree without producing a few rotten cores - or any other success-journey-metaphor you care to conjure up involving apples and failure. 

As Apple Music threatens to join the list of projects the tech giant would rather forget about, we take a look back at those other moments when Apple fell short of its usual greatness. 



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