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Re: Apple's Highs and Lows in 2005
Posted by: Anonymous 2006-01-05 08:46:58
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Apple spent most of 2005 breaking its own records with higher profits in every quarter except the second. Apple ended the year selling nearly 22.5 million iPods and 4.53 million Macs. The iPod, according to some analysts, reached iconic status. The Rokr cell phone with iTunes, however, did not. Tiger fared well, as did Apple's venture into scientific markets. The introduction of Aperture left some questioning if Apple was taking on Adobe Photoshop, although Apple claims it isn't.


Re: Apple's Highs and Lows in 2005
Posted by: bubbler 2006-01-05 08:49:23 In reply to: Anonymous
If I am reading the article correctly, the only low of the year for Apple was the ROKR phone - which is NOT an Apple product. It is a product designed, marketed and sold by Motorola that licenses the ability to interact with Apple's iTunes software.
Why do you present it as if ROKR were an Apple product? Just need to have SOMETHING negative to say???
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