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Re: Apple’s ‘darkest day’

This thread needs to be on a board where kudos can be given ... #justsaying

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Re: Apple’s ‘darkest day’



Not likely unfortunately.



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Re: Apple’s ‘darkest day’

It's very interesting how the tables have turned over the past 11 years, from Jobs phoning up and meeting CEOs of mobile operators around the world and insisting on Apple getting a cut of each iPhone customer's monthly spend or they wouldn't be supplied with the product (which didn't last long as he quickly learned that the combined economic force of them all saying no was much bigger than Apple) to Apple now having billions wiped off it's value because slightly upgraded hardware doesn't sell like it used to.


Intel is being taught the same lesson in the PC and laptop market and to a lesser extent in servers.