“Consider this: an iPod phone wouldn’t be an iPhone, lending flexibility in features — but would likely be popular, would likely bring a little Apple ‘innovation’ to the feature phone market and would help Apple continue its clear strategy of building growth in the developing markets. In other words, Apple’s set for growth.”
Apple [AAPL] watchers are asking just how long it will be until Apple’s much-loved boss, Steve Jobs, moves aside to become special advisor to new Apple CEO, Tim Cook. Today I’m beginning to believe Steve has one more card he wants to play before he pulls back a little — he wants to reinvent television, and I hope he gets to do it.
I remember when I first began to read about Apple products. I didn’t have much money but I’d buy all the magazines. I didn’t know then that I’d been infected by the geek virus, but I had. I’d lust over these electronic appliances I couldn’t ever afford to buy. I know I wasn’t the only one doing this. There’s so many potential Apple customers whohave the lust but lack the lucre.