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It isn't. But financial success is a welcome side-effect of what they do to change the world.
While his critics make noise noise noise in the forums, hoping it will dent the universe. Sadly, it won't even make a dent in this forum.
That's certainly how many of Apple's suppliers work. The GTAT business model was to sell sapphire to Apple an its competitors because there would be an inevitable rush from Samsung and others to slap sapphire screens on their next phones after Apple does it. GTAT would have the facilities to do it cheaply and at scale needed for mass production, and they'd be one of the leading suppliers because they also had the technology to make those large boules. Alas, they did not.
Oh no! A custom device! iFixit will give this a zero! /s
Apple seems pretty confident in the implementation of its watch to hand it out as gifts to famous people, because if it was buggy or had issues, that could potentially backfire. Of course, The Usual Suspects will twist this into various "concerns" because they don't like change. Watch for their posts below.
You didn't read the article did you? Because it's not an editorial piece. It's just an update on the case.
Think of the children!
"The rest of us meant" meant people who didn't want to become programmers or geeks to use a computer. Apple products were never especially cheap or discounted the way PCs were. It was not about rich vs poor, but IT professionals vs moms and kids. Programmers vs the artsy, creative types.
 It's easy to tell when a celebrity loves a product and when just they're paid to promote it:They aren't tweeting about how much they love their Apple products from their Samsung Galaxy or their Microsoft Surface. Or being the "blah blah blah" spokesman for Apple products while personally using a HTC One. It's the other way around. Celebs love their Apple products, even when they are paid to promote something else.
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