Originally Posted by starbird73
I agree. Not only that, it can also help them move to where ever in the world they want.
This, plus the Arizona sapphire buy, the Upstate NY foundries, the "California"...
Originally Posted by jameskatt2
There are only a few million people who buy luxury watches in the world. But they also are the wealthiest.
The LUXURY watch market ALONE - lead by Rolex and Omega - is a $16 BILLION...
Fearless (or reckless) prediction: When the iWatch is finally introduced, it will be like no previous Apple product intro. It will be as much 7th Avenue, NY as One Infinite Drive, Cupertino. Ms. Ahrendts will probably be taking a turn...
Originally Posted by iPhonethere4Iam
I imagine that China will be even bigger.
I imagine that if you review the economic statistics and discover what China's per capita GDP is, you might adjust your expectations....
Originally Posted by pazuzu
So was Steve bluffing? It certainly wouldn't take going on to 3 years to produce what was supposedly "cracked"?
No, I think things just change THAT fast in the tach business.
My kids who are in high school and college hardly ever watch TV on the 'real' TV set. They still catch shows, but on their iPads, MacBooks, and even iPods. That's the future of large screen fixed-location TV sets. Apple wisely figured...