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The competition expands considerable time, energy and money to convince the public that their products are equivalent to Apple products. We know that there are significant communities of people who do believe competing products are equivalent.I enjoyed the jujutsu reference.
Well... It's not ONLY magic.
iPhone unit sales fiscal 2007 - 1,389 (in thousands) iPad unit sales fiscal 2010 - 7,458 (in thousands) 30 - 40 million seems an inflated expectation in my opinion despite Apple arguably having a much stronger addressable market and brand.
Would you mind expanding on this?
Disgusting. I have lost all respect for several forum members over the past few days.
The article demonstrates the antithesis of your statement.The article neither supports nor refutes such a claim.One Android OEM does tell users "to upgrade," moreso than all their competitors combined.Few people value cheap products especially when such products are free even when such products "sell" at a rate much greater than premium, market-defining products.
The problem with ignoring trolls is that they are often paid shills.Microsoft's marketing machine is in high gear with the release of Microsoft Surface Pro 3.
On a note more in line with the article. The number and types of queries is suggestive of more than testing.
For anyone who is curious. Apple was assigned their first "Internet" network address space in 1985, a "Class C" network space. Microsoft was assigned their first "Internet" network address space in 1989.
Much of this effort predates IANA.In 1981 "Internet" Addresses were managed by Jon Postel at USC - Information Sciences Institute. Assignment of network address space was managed by Jon Postel or Joyce Reynolds until 1987.As regards BBN, the history is quite convoluted for such a storied company that was critical to the formation of the Internet.BBN Planet, one of the first Internet Service Providers, was acquired by GTE in 1997.GTE merged with Bell Atlantic to form...
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