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Sometimes, sorry is good enough. Apple CEO Tim Cook's apology to Chinese customers seems to have won over the country's press, ...
which had been accusing the tech giant of shoddy local service. The state-run Global Times in an editorial said Cook's move was the right one and deserved credit from Chinese consumers and the media. But Apple's loyal fans never seem to have swayed.
Sometimes, sorry is good enough. Apple CEO Tim Cook's apology to Chinese customers seems to have won over the country's press, which had been accusing the tech giant of shoddy local service. The state-run Global Times in an editorial said Cook's move was the right one and deserved credit from Chinese consumers and the media. But Apple's loyal fans never seem to have swayed. (SOUNDBITE) (English) REUTERS REPORTER, JANE LANHEE LEE, SAYING: "Apple May have taken a beating in the past two weeks by Chinese state media, but the Chinese are still queuing up on a weekday morning to get inside the store." At another Shanghai Apple store, employees said traffic remained constant in recent weeks. 73 year-old Chen Zhaohui got a Macbook Air from his son last year. He heard about the apology but isn't sure it was necessary. (SOUNDBITE) (Mandarin) APPLE CUSTOMER, CHEN ZHAOHUI, SAYING: "I've not had a bad experience yet. I've been doing One to One Macbook classes for nearly a year and am very content with my young teacher." Liu Canrong, an entrepreneur who sells Apple products himself, was getting impatient after nearly an hour at the store. (SOUNDBITE) (Mandarin) ENTREPRENEUR, LIU CANRONG, SAYING: "The waiting times are the longest. I hate that. It's not reasonable to have to wait so long to resolve one thing." But he has no plans to switch brands. Apple's apology also made a splash online, becoming the number one topic on popular microblog Weibo. Some bloggers said given Apple's apology it was time for China's state-owned companies, known for their bad service, to follow suit. Others wondered if it was a joke, as the apology came on April Fool's day. But overall, it looks like Cook's move will add to Apple's shine in one of its most important markets. ENDS