You kidding!!!??? This is HUGE news! When I first heard of Apple producing the champagne (gold) color I thought, for sure, that Apple was Doomed. Now that this study was published, my fears have been abated. /s
Somebody could come along that has the same skills as Steve Jobs had....but it's highly unlikely. There are only a few people in any given century that stand out from the crowd. 50+ years from now and beyond, Steve Jobs will be known as the Edison/Ford/Picaso (all wrapped up in one) of our time. It's the "all wrapped up in one" thing that made him so outstanding.....and, yes, that unique. This doesn't mean Apple is doomed® without Steve Jobs.
I was waiting for you to weigh in on the matter (post #37). Your opinion is much more valued, to me, than Larry Ellison's. Since Steve and he were such friends, I think his opinion is more biased than yours.
I guess it's to counter mindset like yours. While this article may paint Apple in a perfect light, it's refreshing to be reminded of history because many people don't realize or acknowledge how much Apple has influenced almost every CE product sold in the last 30+ years.
Dang it! I thought, finally, that I'd be able to understand and better comprehend all of these lawsuits because they'd be explained with pictures.
But when I clicked on the article, once again, I saw a whole bunch of those word thingys.
Whoa is me, I guess I'll never understand...
Off topic but I've noticed over the past week that AI appears in the Google financial news feed: http://www.google.com/finance?client=ob&q=NASDAQ:AAPL
They are now in the company of a few anti-Apple click-bait sites such as ValueWalk and Minyanville. Hopefully the presence of AI will help change the trend of tech and financial bloggers' anti-Apple crusade.