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If true, companies like Apple and Dell created a monster by investing hundreds of millions of dollars into Samsung's display business back in the late 90s. 
Exactly. Cook said the 5s represents a higher percentage of the overall sales then expected. That could mean the overall sales was higher than expected.T-mobile has been offering the 5c for no money down so I think it was a good phone to have in the line up.
Why assume it is Apple? Microsoft isn't exactly pushing 7. Further how many Mac Pro people want to run 7 in boot camp? In Parallel or Fusion maybe.
   I believe it in relation to iMessage for Android. It is a service to me, an iOS user. 
Money although necessary is not every bodies primary driving goal. It certainly wasn't with Jobs. He was good at making it, but that was a byproduct of his passion for creating.
That is a philosophy not original to you that was brought about by some snobbish economist about 30 years ago. It was not written into law, and corporations are free to do any number of things not related to making a profit. Courts have held that shareholders of publicly traded companies have the remedy of selling their stock if they don't like management.
Your inquiry is to simple. For the first couple of years after the iPhone release, several companies, especially Samsung, copied every aspect of the iPhone. I personally witnessed people refer to Samsung phones as iPhones. Samsung's lawyers couldn't tell an iPad or Samsung tablet apart. I had trouble telling them apart. Android was completely rewritten to mimic ios and improperly used java without permission to do it.This initial stealing cost Apple sales, finished...
 From court cases where Google has acknowledged the practice. I will not do all the work for you, but here is one example concerning Gmail. 
I like iCloud, but I miss the file storage capabilities Apple used to offer. This is another area where Apple brought a product to market, but abandoned it to let others take the mantle.
  At one point it had over a 90 percent share of eBooks, which constitutes a monopoly. It gained that monopoly by predatory pricing. Why do you think it paid the DOJ off to go after Apple?
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