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Anybody else wondering what is missing from this quote?
Obviously. But the question originally was why are they competing. What is their gain? If it is free then they are not compeating for sales. If it is for use of Google services, well iPhone users have been using them quite well already--what is the need for Google to spend such resources on Android?
Come now, come now. It is clear that for many people it took at least a second glance at the title to parse its meaning--even if some people are so smart that they could figure it out easily. And the alternatives that you pan--I think your are mistaking clarity for verbosity. They only ad one to three words and they all have a purpose. Let us not forget, the reason obscure headlines were tolerated in the past had to do with the constraints of fitting headlines atop...
Am I the only one who is worried about this? I know it is possible to keep good buzz going in the face of shortages (see the Wii) but I'm worried that the good buzz of a massive multi-continent turnout could sour if waiting lists mount. Also, what if Apple builds massive stockpiles before July 11 to meet demand and it turns out there is a touch screen/battery/chip issue? Before the fix goes into production, there would be potentially millions that need warentee repair......
Or maybe he owns AAPL and he is counting on making a bunch more from Apple than he pays to at&t...
Come on, mbene, stand up for your opinions. Mel is gruff and opinionated (and relentless), but if you think you are right try to convince him/us. That is part of what makes this interesting. If you think your argument doesn't stand up, bow out gracefully--there is no point in getting huffy...
Why? What does the movie industry have to loose by providing the content? On the contrary, I think they would have a lot to loose by not providing the content. I don't think that the movie industry is very excited about selling movies online (I think they were happy with theaters and DVDs) but the world doesn't stand still, as much as they would like it to. If a whole generation comes to expect to be able to move movies to all their devices (TVs, computers, iPods and...
THAT was funny...
Interest is one thing. I am waiting to see sales. And whether Apple can keep up with the pent up initial demand as well as predicting and supplying the proper build rate after. The July 11 date is worldwide, isn't it? That is going to be a headache!
I think Apple will sell 17 iPhones in the next quarter.
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