“Early adopters of the iPhone weren’t the only ones receiving in-store credit from Steve Jobs. In an overlooked announcement, Jobs said that early adopters of the Apple Lisa would be receiving a $7000 in-store credit,” Brian Briggs reports for BBSpot.
“Apple released the Lisa in January of 1983 for $9,995, and the similar Macintosh was released a year later for $2,495,” Briggs reports.
“‘I’ve felt bad about people who bought the Lisa for a long time. Anybody who bought one of the first Apple Lisas really got screwed,’ said Jobs. ‘Now that we’ve got some cash, I think it’s about time we made it right,'” Briggs reports.
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Jim” for the heads up.]