This is sort of anti-climactic, and not surprising at all, but an analyst report says Motorola's iTunes phone isn't selling well. While other Motorola phones are seeing good sales, the firm says people are disappointed in the product -- again, not a surprise. One dealer, who says the ROKR doesn't have "the look", says he's sold one in four weeks, compared to 25 of Motorola's popular RAZR handset. Again, the point is simple: you make a crappy phone, nobody's going to want to buy it.
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