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Syed Muhammad Wajeeh Case - 1 Course: TM583 Date: March, 7 th 2010 1. What were some of Apple’s biggest successes and failures? Describe why. - Apple is an interesting company to watch because not only are their products innovative, but the best Apple products create entirely new markets. It’s important to remember that Apple doesn’t hit it out of the park every time. Granted, most of Apple’s most memorable flops (The Newton, the Pippin, the 20th Anniversary Edition Macintosh) happened before Steve Jobs returned to the company in 1997, but even the Jobsian one has introduced a clunker or two. We will discuss some of the successes as well as the failures of Apple below. Successes: iMac – It was first introduced in 1998 and is considered in one of the Apple biggest milestones. The reason why this product has got success is his unique design, look n feel, and throughout the years Apple’s Mac appearance is becoming more little than the previous one. One more reason is its screen resolution and display which no other product can compete with. iPod – It came into being in Oct. 2001 with a logo saying 1000 songs into your pocket but it was limited because it was Mac based only. They released its second generation in Sept. 2002 with a support of windows. This time the popularity of this
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2010 for the course IS TM583 taught by Professor Ira during the Spring '10 term at DeVry Irving.

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