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The goal is to make it easy to use, Apple has this, but it may not be the dominant player in the future.
Ian Fogg
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Sometimes we have a bad apple ? but he wasn't a bad apple. If what is said turns out to be true, he just made a mistake.
Reggie Miller
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The downgrades of Apple really take the wind out of the sails. That was a stock with a lot of momentum.
James Monaghan
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The vast majority of Apple buyers are still Mac loyalists, and I don't think you're going to find too many people who are going to take Apple to the mat. They may be angry for a little while, but it won't last long.
Toni Duboise
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I don't underestimate the work that has to be done to make a successful transition. But I'd rather bet for Apple than against Apple.
Tony Ursillo
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Apple has done much better at dealing with issues in the past couple years than it did before.
Thomas Kristensen
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It's not that surprising that Apple wasn't up to par because they went through the transition from Power PC (chips) to Intel.
Samir Bhavnani
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There are two stories in this market. The first is the 'dorm room' application, which gives users the opportunity to enjoy media using their computer from across the room. The second is having more integration with the televisionthat would be the next step for Apple.
Ross Rubin
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As I said, the iPod nano is almost perfect. Apple cheaps out by not including a carrying case or lanyard for the device; either would prevent you from simply tossing the device in your pocket and subjecting it to abuse from coins, keys, or other paraphernalia. My test unit is already scuffed up pretty severely, despite my attempts to baby it. And I've got real concerns that the skinny iPod nano could be easily killed by inadvertently sitting on it. The device is that thin. These are all quibbles, of course. The iPod nano is that rarest of tech devices: Immensely useful, beautiful, and desirableall at the same time. We're getting to the point at which most new iPod purchases are probably coming from repeat customers. So, whether you already have an iPod or not, the iPod nano is a great device to consider. It just doesn't get any better than this.
Paul Thurrott
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Consider this: Apple says its stores are now making more than $1 billion in sales per quarter. Just two years ago, the stores were making $1 billion a year -- and at that time they were the fastest-growing retail operation in history, beating the previous record holder The Gap to $1 billion annual sales in just three years, according to Ron Johnson, the executive in charge of Apple's retail operations. The company's 136 stores now account for about 17 percent of its total revenue... Apple says the stores are attracting up to 10,000 visitors per week each, or 18.1 million visitors a year in total. These are extraordinary figures.
Leander Kahney
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The concept is one that people getthe ability to enjoy your music, photos and videos from anywhere in your room. It's all in the implementation and execution. You can see the Apple detailsit's an experience unlike anything else that exists.
Greg Joswiak
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Apple is committed to making the investment to gain market share and grow the company,
Fred Anderson
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We still have a couple thousand people split between hardware and software. When you look back at the people that originally created the operating system, it was a small team. We've done creative things at Apple typically in small teams.
Fred Anderson
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Apple has been cleaning up the way it does business and that's good, but ultimately we need to begin growing this business. We need to make sure we have competitive cost structures so we can grow.
Fred Anderson
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Strong demand for our professional products combined with superb operational efficiency resulted in very strong earnings. Apple finished the quarter with $3.6 billion in cash and short-term investments.
Fred Anderson
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Drop an apple from a tree.
Fred Turner
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If Apple were to devote time and resources to this project, it could definitely be done,
Bob Murphy
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Apple comes out with a new computer and they get the front of Business Week. Nobody else gets that.
Bob O'Donnell
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Will there be some impact in the enterprise from Apple's Intel machines? Absolutely. A large impact, likely not, because of infrastructure issues.
Bob O'Donnell
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Apple is very particular about its component parts.
Bob O'Donnell
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I wonder if it isn't the impact of Apple and other players,
Brendan Barnicle
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Apple's success certainly reinforces the view that there is a demand out there. How big? It's too soon to say. But it's for real, and it's going to be with us for a long time.
Bob Wright
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Apple has developed a distribution platform that is attractive to consumers while at the same time providing the safeguards against theft that are so important to us and to every content provider. We are pleased to partner with them in this new venture.
Bob Wright
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Apple is a hardware company - they build software to sell the hardware. The question really is, Why not support the installation of Windows on their computers?
Ted Schadler
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Music labels would much rather have variable price, so they can charge more for hits and perhaps less for older tracks. Apple likes the $0.99 price because it is simple, uniform, not too high to discourage buyers, and very easy to administer and merchandise.
Ted Schadler
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Apple is not looking at the chip for differentiation. It's counting on its hardware and software for that. If anything, it's taking the line of thinking that the chip inside makes little difference to the quality of the computing experience.
Ted Schadler
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Apple will keep doing what it's doing, and most likely that means they hope Windows users will make the switch on their own. But they're not going to tear down what they've built to try to conquer the OS world.
Ted Schadler
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Apple is very aware of what chips need to go in which machines and when. That's part of the reason they made the switch to Intel.
Ted Schadler
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[Whatever the case may be, there appears to be no bad blood between the two Apple recently played at Brion's Friday-night residency at Club Largo in Los Angeles and performed a couple of songs from the record.] She re-recorded a bunch of stuff, but whatever, that's her business, ... I remain a fan and think she's great, and she shouldn't have to meet too much resistance.
Jon Brion
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It seems to me very difficult to implement this legislation at a European-wide level because it would take too big of a bite into Apple's business. Right now, Apple's is the leading model in terms of digital music.
Francois Laugier
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