Apple fans take note: Steve Jobs is admitting that they may have made the wrong move in releasing MobileMe alongside the latest version of the iPhone. In an internal email, Jobs stated that the service was likely launched too soon, and needed more work before release. MobileMe is a service that allows for a mobile desktop, allowing you sync documents, music, mail and other files between multiple devices, such as your laptop and mobile phone.
The new service has been plagued by bugs, causing Jobs to admit that perhaps Apple should have launched MobileMe in parts rather than all at once. He also notes that with the launches of the iPhone 3G and the App Store, the company had quite enough on its plate.
According to the email: “The MobileMe launch clearly demonstrates that we have more to learn about Internet services. And learn we will. The vision of MobileMe is both exciting and ambitious, and we will press on to make it a service we are all proud of by the end of this year.”