Originally Posted by oneaburns
But what was he experimenting on? Whether or not worsening the customer experience is a good way to increase profits? I mean, Cook and others had to know that's what he was all...
Originally Posted by Shameer Mulji
"I don't expect it to work out like this at all if it means the necessity to compile different versions of an application. That would most likely drive developers...
Originally Posted by Apple ][
Is it supposed to be any different? Just judging by the pictures, it looks like any other Apple store.
I also saw a few pictures from Microsoft's temporary store in Times Square...
Originally Posted by SolipsismX
It's also a denser population and I believe the GDP per capita about 50% higher, but I don't know how I seem to remember that or even if it's accurate today.
Companies sell out for two reasons:
They underestimated how popular their product would be.
They just couldn't make enough.
For Tim Cook, an unfulfilled order is a potential lost sale. The idea that a company will under-produce to...
Originally Posted by Gatorguy
Muppetry, they can't get much closer than "in a case tried in Germany regarding the same patent, the court found that Samsung engaged in unfair competition by copying the iPad...
Originally Posted by lamewing
Sigh. No, I don't want the to "wail". I never said anything such as that. I expected them to state that they were wrong in their statement. If they wanted to add something...