"Rhapsodic Hungary" (Executive Life, June 18, 2007)
In "Rhapsodic Hungary" (Executive Life, June 18), a photograph identified as Lake Balaton was actually a lake in nearby H?v?z. "O.K., kids, name that chip" (Up Front, June 25) misidentified the president of consulting firm Crayon. He is Joseph Jaffe. A production mistake led to errors in "Welcome to Apple World" (InfoTech, July 9 & 16). About 200,000 new developers are working on Apple products, not just the Mac. Four airlines are putting iPod accommodations in planes, not six. Some 50 million TV shows, not 50, have been purchased through iTunes over the past two years. And iPhone buyers sign up for phone service via iTunes, not in stores.