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    What, historically, have been Apple's competitive advantages? Apple since its inception was driven by mission to bring easy-to-use computers to market. But during Sculley years (1985-1993), Apple targeted low cost computer and forge an alliance with IBM for OS development on Intel platform, both of which didn’t bear any results. Spindler‘s (‘93-‘96) strategy to expand to international market gave short-term results, but did not help Apple in long term. Amelio (‘96-’97) decided to go back to premium

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    1) 1976 – Apple I – about 200 sales 1978 – Apple II – simple machine “for every man, woman and child”. 1981 – IBM entered the PC market. In comparison with IBM, Apple’s computers were less “open”. They were designed proprietary, so no one could clone them. 1985-1993 – Apple’s combination of superior software and hardware gave Apple unmatched capabilities in desktop publishing. Apple typically designed their products from scratch, using unique chips, disk drives, and monitors. So, in my opinion

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    REPORT ON APPLE INC. SEMINAR GROUP 2 TEAM GENIE Instructor: A/P LAI SI TSUI-AUCH Word Count: 5,999 Done by: CHAN ZHE YING GOH CHUWEN LEE KOK CHONG TEO KOK MIN JOHN 1 Table of Contents I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ............................................................................................................... 3 II. MAIN REPORT............................................................................................................................... 5 1. Introduction of Apple Inc.

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    Apple Computer, Inc.: Maintaining the Music Business while Introducing iPhone and Apple TV Leave a reply Topic: Apple Computer, Inc.: Maintaining the Music Business while Introducing iPhone and Apple TV Subject: Business Details: 1. Strategic challenges facing Apple Computer. 2. Dimensions along which company success can be measured. 3. Critical external and internal environmental factors that have strategic implications for Apple\’s future. 4. Dow Apple\’s strategy stands up against industry

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    The Apple Company is launching a new fall campaign titled, “The Big Apple!” to promote the sales of its new laptop computer, the Mac Book Pro. Featuring the campaign in New York City, Apple stores will be selling the new MacBook Pro laptops with three new cover designs. Known for its simplicity in computer design, Apple expects to ‘wow’ audiences with a departure from the usual look and a venture into new creative territory. Aimed at (but not limited to) the creative personalities that make up fast-paced

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    Fg Apple Inc., formerly Apple Computer, Inc., is an American multinational corporation headquartered in Cupertino, California[2] that designs, develops, and sells consumer electronics, computer software and personal computers. Its best-known hardware products are the Mac line of computers, the iPod music player, the iPhone smartphone, and the iPad tablet computer. Its software includes the OS X and iOS operating systems, the iTunes media browser, the Safari web browser, and the iLife and iWork

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    morai tai. I want to buy a TV set. Terebi wo kaitai to omotte imasu. I want to close my account. Kouza wo torikeshitai no desu ga. I want to deposit money. Yokin onegai shimasu. I want to develop these pictures. Genzou onegai shimasu. I want to eat an apple. Ringo wo tabetai. I want to go to Disneyland. Dizuniirando ni ikitai desu. I want to open an account. Kouza wo hirakitai no desu ga. I want to make a withdrawal. Okane o hikidashitai no desu ga. I want to work abroad. Gaikou de hataraki tai. I was

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    Suppliers(o) Apple company mainly focus on their technologies and innovation, which lead to the company reduce attention on the production of internal parts of iphone. So according to statement of Apple company, it builds close relationship with its more than 150 suppliers. It is worth mentioning that the Apple company always requires their suppliers to take responsibilities for the public with the highest standards of public responsibility. For example, some suppliers were employing under-age workers

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    Case Brief #5 Apple As one of the most successful and innovative technic company, Apple engaged in designs, manufactures and markets mobile communication and media devices, personal computers, and portable digital music players, and sells a range of related software, services, peripherals, networking solutions, and third-party digital content and applications. Due to the fierce competition in the technical industry, Apple is facing challenges from its competitors almost on each product

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    in Cupertino, California, Apple Inc. has experienced many challenges throughout its business history. In 1997 Apple share price was $3.30. In 2012 it share price had risen to $599.55 compared to 2011 at $339.87. On Forbes Global High Performance 2000, Apple is ranked 113 in 2009 and 75 in 2010 compare to Dell and HP which were 187 and 183. Apple is the world's most valuable company, with a current market capitalization of $559 billion. To millions of consumers, the Apple brand embodies quality, prestige

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    present a relevant Discussion Forum and Blog to Apple Computer, Inc. Apple Computer, Inc is the one of main manufacturer of a line of personal computers under the Apple Macintosh brand name, peripherals, and computer software. Two interest groups that focus on services of Apple Company are introduced in this report. The first one is a Discussion Forum named ¡°AppleInsider-Forum¡±. This is a web page concerning all the products of Apple Company, such as iPod, ITunes and Mac computer

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    1. Cupertino, California based high school friends Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs produced their first computer, the single-board Apple I, in a garage workshop in 1976. After selling 200 or so of the computer, Jobs attracted the attention of some investors, co-founding Apple Computer with Wozniak, and introducing the Apple II computer in 1977. Steven Wozniak and Steven Jobs had been friends in high school. They had both been interested in electronics, and both had been perceived as outsiders. They

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    besar  yang namanya sudah tidak asing hingga saat ini yaitu Sony Ericsson (oktober 2001) dengan  nama  lengkap Sony Ericsson Mobile Communication AB. Sony Ericsson menjadi perusahaan terbesar ke enam setelah Nokia, Samsung, LG, Research in Motion, dan Apple. Menciptakan model baru berkemampuan fotografi digital merupakan strategi Sony Ericsson yang sukses di pasar dunia tahun 2002-2003 dengan pencapaian target keuntungan pertama. Kemudian pada Juni 2003, SE menghentikan produk CDMA untuk pasar Amerika

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    Running head: ETHICS BEHIND APPLE AND FOXCONN RELATIONSHIP 1 Ethics Behind Apple and Foxconn Relationship Maryana Didovych The College of Westchester ETHICS BEHIND APPLE AND FOXCONN RELATIONSHIP 2 Abstract This paper examines Apple, Inc.’s relationship with one of its biggest suppliers, Foxconn Technology Group. Recent growth in suicide incidents at Foxconn factories again caught media’s attention. Whether Apple’s decision to stay in business with Foxconn despite these incidents is

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    Name: Ahmed Alashwal Case#1: Apple Computer. Course No.: TM583. I- Some of Apples’ Biggest Success and Failures 1- 5 biggest Successes iPhone: Apple released this product in 2007 as all-in-one device. The new look, new browsing features and the advanced OS along with deploying 3G wireless technology made this user-friendly a very successful products. It also has all the features of an iPod. iPod: First launched in 2001 and included a hard drive along with a variable product

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    History of Apple Company Apple History -Apple was founded in 1976 by Steven Jobs and Steven Wozniak. - They started off designing a personal computer called the Apple I to Silicon Valley enthusiasts. -Two years later came the first mass produced personal computer the Apple II with first colour display. The Apple II sold 100,000 units which was very successful. - The Macintosh (Mac) was introduced in 1984 with user friendly user-friendly graphical user interface which allowed users to interact

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    ANIQ AHMED REG NO: 5653/FMS/MBA/S12 MBA 27(B) APPLE INC. It's not just about the next hit product. Apple is preparing for a future beyond phones, tablets, watches and TVs, in which it's the premium brand for life in a fully digital age. I think, Yes, Apple has managed to develop a culture of innovation and execution within Apple’s DNA that will help to sustain in the long run. The primary objective of Apple is to sell a great product and provide a greater experience for premium price through product

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    ambition: born in 1955 of a Syrian political science professor and a single mother who has decided not to elevate the lives of Jobs, adopted at birth by a couple of modest Californians, was marked by these values. It is also this culture he installed at Apple. Convinced of the immense superiority of its products, Steve Jobs, himself, has always refused to sell to someone else's Mac OS, the first to use user-friendly icons, and then copied by Windows. Bill Gates's dream was to put a PC in every home, that

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    The multi billion-dollar corporation, Apple Inc., designs and manufactures some of today’s highest technological gizmos and gadgets. Among their best known products are the Apple and Macintosh computers, iPods, iTunes, iPhones and iPads. Apple is one of the most powerful and influential high tech companies in the world. The success of Apple Inc. stems from the innovation and visions of co-founder and entrepreneur, Steve Jobs, the excellence of the stylish, user-friendly products, and the ability

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  • Apple History

    Introduction Many years of operating system improvement and an accumulation of frameworks and features from many other systems joined with numerous interesting plans and executions brought the advancement of Apple, Inc's. OS X family. In order to understand the progress of the older systems of OS X it is necessary to examine the upgraded technology and their interaction with other systems. To protect and troubleshoot the system it is necessary to know and understand

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    boundary or barriers to their products. For example, the Apple iPod products will only allow you to download iTunes songs from Apple iTunes which speaks to their digital rights management system which prohibits customers from utilizing competitor’s products. Success linked to culture Successes linked directly to the change of the sixty to seventy hour work week for employees endured during the middle nineties, the culture at Apple began to change and when into the survival mode, almost everything

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    Management theory into management practice, Apple inc. case, module: mod001127, SID: 1230580 | Management Theory into Management Practice Assignment | Module: MOD001127 Year 2013 SID Number: 1230580 Module Leader: Roger Jeynes Apple Inc. Case Word Count: 2,985 Table of content: 1. Introduction..............................................................................................................................4 2. External Environment………………………………………………………………………….…..4

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    strengths Apple launched iPod music player which is a great innovation and also it surprised the people. Apple iPod not only increase the company sales but also influence the people to get experience of Apple notebook and operating system. Brand create perception of product in the customers mind. Apple has been amongst the well reputed brands in the industry of information technology. It also stood up to its name by introducing new products such as iPod, iPad and laptops in the market to impress

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    Responsibility and Marketing Strategies Tara Traeger Strayer University Professor Christopher Hase BUSS 508 October 21, 2014 The Apple Corporation has become one of the largest corporations in the world. There are a lot of companies that would like to be mentioned in the same breath as Apple. Many companies want to emulate their success. In this paper I will examine Apple current position and reputation, regarding ethical and social responsibility. According to Crane and Matten (2013) “One of the basic

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    Marketing Opportunities for Apple Name: Institutional Affiliation: Date: Table of Contents Introduction 3 History of apple 3 Market Presence and Revenue Standings 4 Market research 4 Secondary market research 5 Apple brand review 5 Market segmentation 5 Research analysis of consumer needs and wants 7 Summary on the client's wants and needs 9 Research analysis on apple products Preferences 9 Summary 10 Conclusion and recommendations

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    | |3 |Google Apps for Business | | |Google offers creating text documents, spreadsheets, presentations, etc., on Google Docs which allows the business users to share them | | |in collaborating manner. | |4 |Quickbooks

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    Strategy Apple Inc, established by two friends Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, designs, manufactures and markets a range of personal computers, mobile communication and media devices, and portable digital music players, and sells a variety of related software, services, peripherals, networking solutions, and third-party digital content and applications. The Company’s products and services include Macintosh (“Mac”) computers, iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple TV, Xserve, a portfolio of consumer and professional

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    TIME LINE: 1985-1997 :  Sculley (1985-1993) Desktop publishing and education Apple into the corporate world Desktop publishing (Aldus Pagemaker) Networking and connectivity 1990 market share stabilised at 8% Education market actually 50% market share Apple customers “love their Macs”vs IBM users “put up with” their machines Apple and IBM formed a JOINT VENTURE to create a new OS and other software. 1985-1997 :  M Spindler and G Amelio (1993-1997) Reinvigorate core markets (education K-12 and

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    1 Apple Inc. Strategic Paper Management 4842 Section 2 11/19/2012 Alex Morrison Zach Teachey Marquis Graham 2 Table of Contents Part 1 Executive Summary ………………………………………………………………………3 Mission and Vision Statement ……………………………………………………………4 Financial Objectives ………………………………………………………………………4 Strategic Objectives ………………………………………………………………………5 Driving Forces ……………………………………………………………………………7 Key Success Factors …………………………………………………………………….10 Competitive Analysis ……………………………………………………………………11

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    Richard Cornell 06/15/15 100WB Apple Marketing(Investigative) Firstly, Apple’s marketing strategy, according to Rob Enderele (2004), “Apple really stands out in its marketing. The company simply seems to understand what will get people excited about its products and services, then only it executes on its vision.” When Apple references or starts a conversation about their products, its never entirely about their features or technology. What they do try to drive home to its consumers/audience

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    Vivian Tam Executive Summary Apple Inc. is an American multinational corporation that designs and manufacturers consumer electronics and computer software products and service related services. The company is well known for the hardware products such as the Macintosh computers, the iPod, iPhone, iPad and the latest launch, the iWatch, it has also a variety of related software, services, networking solution and digital content and application. Apple has established a unique reputation in

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    environment or surroundings outside of the company such as economic component, demographic component, technological component, sociocultural component, political/legal component, and global component (Chapter 2, Management Environment, slide 5). As for Apple, they have their own factors which is P.E.S.T. (Political, Economic, Social, and Technological) factors that affect them to make a decision-making process. These are the explanation about PEST : 1. Political Factor Political factor is a factor

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    UNIVERSITY OF AGDER | Term Paper - Apple | ORG 409-1, INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT | Ole Erik H. Larsen 25.09.2015 | Innhold 1 INTRODUCTION 1 2 COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE 2 3 PORTER´S STRATEGIC GROUPS 3 4 SWOT - ANALYSIS 5 5 CONCLUSION/REVIEWS 6 5.1 Future research 7 6 SOURCES 8 6.1 Guidebook 8 6.2 Internet 8 6.3 Pictures: 8 1 INTRODUCTION Apple is an American multinational technology company that constantly designs, develop and sells consumer electronics

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    Problem Statement: In the past, Apple has been the leader in innovation and has made a high quality product. The drastic changes in the computer industry have caused Apple to reevaluate their strategy. As a result, Apple is attempting to maintain differentiation through innovation while struggling to be cost competitive. While Apple’s revenue has increased over the past three years, profitability has declined and market share has remained stagnant. External Analysis: Porters Five Force analysis:

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    I have chosen to focus and compare the Apple and Facebook website. Apples high tech look gives you a great insight on the latest and updated apple product as well as specs. Each product gives you a better understanding of what, you possibly could be purchasing. Top quality pictures and videos give you an experience of the products. The purpose of the Apple Store which is an e-commerce is to sell top quality gadgets such as smart watches and high tech mobile phones. The website is carefully optimized

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    Apple Inc. MBA 669 Financial Decision Making September 24, 2011 Presented By: Terri Brooks Cheri Clark Adrian Horton Beth Leff Andrew Lundquist Xia Yang Product Description Apple’s product line has always pushed integration, especially within its own products. Updated versions have even merged two different Apple products into one; how many people will continue to have an iPod when the iPad or iPhone perform the same function. While most of Apple’s previous offerings have fallen

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    in other ways that encourage the consumption of comfort food. For example, food that is associated with fond memories can bring happiness by enabling you to relive these memories. Similarly, a food associated with a certain person (say, Grandma’s apple pie) can become a comfort food that reminds you of someone you cherish. All these separate factors contribute to amplify your desires and cravings for your specific comfort foods. | References used? | BBC iPlayer, (2015). Doctor in the House, Episode

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    Accounting for iPhone at Apple Inc. 1. What is subscription accounting? Subscription accounting is a method in which to recognize the revenue and cost of goods sold are evenly divided over a specific period of time. The revenue is deferred into unearned revenue which would be considered as a liability account. This method also deals with the timing of a sale, in which the sale during the middle of the month will still be recognized in the full month. In this case, Apple uses a straight-line basis

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    Fin 515: First Course Project Apple Inc. By January 25, 2015 Apple is a technology company that designs, manufactures, and markets mobile communication and media devices, personal computers, and portable digital music players, and sells a variety of related software, services, peripherals, networking solutions, and third-party digital content and applications. The Company’s products and services include iPhone, iPad, Mac Products, iPod, Apple TV, and a number of consumer and professional

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    38,000 students of University of Dhaka. Around 25+ questions were asked to them regarding their use of smart phone. Most of the students were chosen from 1st year to Masters/MBA aging from 19 to 25 years. Most of them are using brands like Samsung, Apple, Microsoft, Sony, and Symphony. Average time period of using the smart phone was 1 year. Our questionnaire answered by the students was designed by using Liker Scale; assigning numbers to represent the majority and minority of factors. We designed

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    Apple computer operates under a Functional Structure. Such organizations are divided into specific departments and employees are hired for each department based on their professional skill sets that are best suited for that department. For instance, an accounts graduate would be preferred over an arts graduate for handling the accounts and taxation department. Apple has their store which you can visit in almost most major big city as well as their online market base site. Apple computers offer

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    Business Analysis: Apple Inc. Part I Apple Inc. is an American multinational corporation that designs and markets consumer electronics, computer software, and personal computers. The company's best-known hardware products include the Macintosh computers, iPod, iPhone and iPad. As of August 2010, the company operates 301 retail stores in ten countries, and an online store. In September of 2010, Apple had 46,600 full time employees and 2,800 temporary full time employees worldwide and had worldwide

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    Apple in the digital age from the iPod to the iPad Apple Inc. The Case Study 2000 - 2010 Foreward John Ashcroft Welcome to this Apple case study. I have always been something of a computer geek. My first computer was a Commodore Pet in 1978. It had 8k of RAM and a cassette player for storage. Programmed effectively, a two dimensional pencil sketch of a rocket would take off and zoom off screen. Beyond that and a few simple games, I don’t recall it did much at all. My first experience of Apple

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    is not intended for trading purposes. The stock information is provided by eSignal, stock charts are provided by NASDAQ OMX, both third party services, and Apple Inc. does not maintain or provide information directly to this service. Stock information is delayed approximately 20 minutes. Bottom of Form FULL DESCRIPTION Apple Inc. (Apple), incorporated on January 3, 1977, along with its subsidiaries is engaged in designs, manufactures and markets mobile communication and media devices, personal

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    Apple iPhone Simon Reading Bernt Wahl Hannes Hesse Chris Volz Johnson Nguyen 1- INTRODUCTION A. The Apple iPhone Not since the introduction of the original Apple Macintosh has a product introduction been met with so much anticipation. The Apple iPhone is an elegantly designed information communicator forged from steel and silicon that runs pioneering software under Apple’s OS X in a Unix Kernel. The iPhone combines smart phone capabilities with a simple to

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    Apple Apple product is deign in California and made in china. Is an "extremely important market" for the company and it will continue to look at how to grow its presence in the country? However, China is not simply seen as a potential growth market for Apple products. The country often is regarded as the company's main production base. Just after a horrific rash of worker suicides at the Foxconn factory complex outside of Hong Kong in 2010, a monologist named Mike Daisey launched a one-man

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    All About Apples History The history of apples stretches back to the days of Adam and Eve, when it is believed to have been the “forbidden fruit” described in the Bible. Despite this long standing history, apples did not always grow naturally in New England. While the first apples are thought to have grown on the lower slopes of Tian Shan, a mountain range separating Kazakhstan and Krygystan, they also grew wild in Central and Southwest Asia, China, Italy, Switzerland, Spain and Greece.

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    the article “the Man who makes your iPhone”, it makes me feel Foxconn uses slave labor to build iPhones, and they even admit they use child labor. As a report from CBC News pointed on Jan 29th 2011, each iPhone is made by young children’s hand and Apple only give them minimum slave wages. Even though an audit team uncovered several rules at the Longhua plant violate Apple’s code of conduct, Steve Jobs wasn’t mad at Terry Gou because without Terry, Steve wouldn’t be able to reach his goal. When working

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