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Warning.... clown alert.
No matter when they admit the sale occured, with the sale of the gift card OR the activation of the iPhone itself, they do NOT 'recognize' the revenue from the iPhone like other sales. Because they spread it out, we're only talking about one month in revenue and we're talking about it being delayed for a month. None of this matters to anyone looking at revenue, it only matters to people concerned about the number of units sold/delivered.
You have to kind of ignore, JT-Fanboy. He's a Nokia fan with phone envy, and can't get over the success Apple is having. Let's all just agree that Apple is the only phone company taking the industry by storm, causing all the others to react to Apples product by changing thier own features. And Apple is doing it with with a phone that really sucks and is woefully low on the features anyone would want and totally overpriced. Of course, the competitors for the iPhone have...
The tiers are based on significant omissions for the iPod line. Anyone that looks at a shuffle, and the Nano, can see a pretty significant difference in what was taken out. ok, Jeff. Let us know what YOU think the low end iPhone would be missing when you pick it up and look at it in a store. Keep in mind what Apple has invest in the App Store, so turning their back on that isn't likely. Just what would a lowend iPhone have?As I recall, the Mini was a complete surprise. As...
In the words of bugs bunny..... what a maroooooooon. First, there is no reason for Apple to create a family of iPhones. Leave that to everyone else to build different models to offset what each one is missing. (See Rimm product line for examples) I mean really, what would the model lower than the current iPhone omit? Let's see, can't take the "phone" part out, that would make it the touch. Can't make it a flip-phone, that would make it a non-Apple hard to use...
If the point you're making is that Nokia had a presence prior to 2006 and squandered it, point well taken. Of course, Apple was getting into phones in 2005.....And of course, in the more than four years that Apple has been phoning around, Nokia did what about their lack of success?But yet..... Apple seems to have no such problem. Interesting, a conspericy by Verizon to benefit Apple and hurt Nokia?I'm not sure what you're point is. They couldn't get in the market before,...
Because Nokia doens't know any other way to do this, and as you said you don't use it.
Nokia sales are declining, Rimm Sales are growing, Apple Sales are growing, and it's all because Nokia tried to steal Qualcomm's product? And you think THAT's a plus for Nokia?Tell that to Rimm! Hey, gotta love that American company Toyota! Thank you. Big of you, but thanks anyway.
You don't zoom in and out.... BECAUSE YOU CAN'T. It's one of the most useful things you can do, enlarge the page section to read it better. Smartphone sales. Roberta Cozza:Principal analyst at Gartner - "Nokia is facing a slowdown in its smartphone sales. The company experienced its first-ever decline in the category." What do you call a company that uses dumbphone sales to offset...
Like I said, Rimm and Apple smartphone sales are up. For the first time in their history, Nokia had a DECLINE in theirs. Period. Doesn't matter where you look in the world, look at the company. Nokia can't crack the North American market because the product launches for better products started there. And stopped Nokia dead. Now, as the products from North America move around the world, it's going to squeze Nokia, Palm, Symbian, Windows Mobile and the like out. Nokia is...
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