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Originally Posted by Razor512 View Post
If they want to get a huge market share,
There's the assumption. Do they want to garner huge market share? According to Jobs, no.

Why? Good question. Apple is busy building it's Mac market off the sales of iPods, iPhones, iPads and the "coolness" factor. The Macs US market share has doubled since the release of the iPod (same internationally) and they are making a killing off of those products. Why try to dominate an already dominated field when one can chip away at the leader while not looking as if you're not trying to? In the mean time dominate other markets, push innovation and tie your other products closer together, sell the "whole experience" as it were. People will buy the idea and money will pour in.


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