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You are right. That being said, Muenster is also correct. Any additional sales caused by the IBM partnership will hardly move the needle for Apple. They simply cannot compare to the large number of iOS sales Apple already has. Where this may help is further entrenching iOS in enterprise, and making it extremely difficult to switch from. In addition, if there are Macs involved, this may massively help with mac sales.
To play the devil's advocate, the NDA could have expired by now, or it may not have covered the fact that Apple spoke with him about Sapphire screens, but only the details of what they spoke about. Furthermore, when he mentions Apple, he could be referencing a student or somebody who was working with Apple, and decided to get some initial advice from him in an informal context.
Well said!
The article is about a specific Google product losing out to a competing Apple product. Other Google products have nothing to do with this. It would be like complaining that a Safari user has Google as their default search.
Yeah, because Apple Maps is clearly a Google Chrome replacement...
The $199 model is a new model. It's 16GB with a camera, which wasn't the case with the old cheapest iPod Touch.This looks like getting the iPod Touch sales out of the way while Apple focuses on other stuff this fall.
Lots and lots of people. Especially in 3rd world countries. Very few people need the additional power offered by the more expensive models. Many people simply want an easy to use computer for Grandma and Grandpa. Many businesses want a beautiful iMac in their reception desks instead of clunky PCs. There are many executives and VPs who want a nice looking easy to use machine which they basically use to surf the internet, send emails, and make a few Excel and Powerpoint...
This probably makes the most sense. The tax "holiday" is a poor and distortion art way to achieve what is nothing but a tax reduction. Cut the tax rate down to what you suggest permanently.
Lol. The tax "break" is nothing but a sham. The US govt should skip the BS and kill the corporate tax on overseas earnings, which is basically what this achieves anyways. The reason Apple (and other companies) has been hoarding cash abroad for so many years is precisely because of the previous tax "break".
Because Apple experiments with different styles all the time. They are aware that their first decision will not always be right, so they mix and match quite a bit. iTunes is a great example of this, where iTunes has essentially been a beta for UI features.
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