You may say - some terrible decisions by Apple. Or, some terrible decisions by the CEO himself - Tim Cook in the past few months. As a long time Apple follower and fan; simply put, this is quite hurting. And most disturbing of all - not sure Steve Jobs would have permitted any of these.… Continue reading Some Terrible Decisions by Apple in 2012
Apple iPad Mini. Priced at $329. Understood - Apple wishes to compete with Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD and Google’s Nexus 7; but the question is - 'Did Apple really need this one?' I believe this is a terrible decision by Apple. And Steve Jobs if alive, would have had been extremely mad. Before he died,… Continue reading iPad Mini – Did Apple Really Need It?
20 Aug 2012. A day that shall remain in the annals of history forever. TechCrunch, an hour ago, broke the news of Apple Inc. becoming the most valuable public company of all time. In fact, I had recently argued with a friend of mine, that within 31 Dec 2012, Apple would become the most valuable… Continue reading Apple Most Valuable Public Company of All Time – Lessons for Entrepreneurs
Apple iPhone 5, expected to be announced on 12 Sept. and available for worldwide release from 21 Sept. will have a 4-inch screen. Are you excited? Take this Poll and let me know...
Tim Cook needs no introduction. But during the Steve Jobsian Era, he was mostly the back-seated Apple executive who was hired by Steve in 1998 as the 'Inventory Genius' to solve a problem that Steve Jobs (could understand that he himself cannot solve, even with his innate genius) - i.e. the massive piling of inventory… Continue reading Things About Business & Life That Steve Taught Me: Tim Cook
The Apple iPhone completed its 5-year anniversary on June 29, 2012. Read reports of widespread anxiety amongst Apple fans from around the world - to celebrate this day. Unfortunately, Steve is not with us anymore; but am sure, looked down on Apple proudly from the heavens. No mobile device in the history of electronics has… Continue reading iPhone’s 5-Year Anniversary: The most *successful* phone of all time
Rash. Selfish. Envious. Deceitful Liar. Manipulative. Yet charismatic and a genius - Steve Jobs has been called all, one and everything. Received Steve Jobs: The Exclusive Biography by Walter Issacson a few days ago. Got 3 of them - one for myself, and 2 as gifts. Having read a few hundred pages, can definitely say… Continue reading The Craziness About Being Crazy