He got one thing right. Ultrabooks and tablets ultimately destroy the need for netbooks.He also referred to its strategy of staying away from netbooks, which were "flimsy products with crappy, cramped keyboards."
Thank God for this "Windows PC model". I get to choose what I want. I might like the OS but not the hardware it comes with or vice versa... so I get to choose both. Screw you for thinking that's bad, Cook."If you think about Android, it's more like the Windows PC model. The operating system comes from company A. Company B is doing some integration work, and maybe the services come from yet somewhere else. I think we know the kind of customer experience that produces."
You can't limit making something to just one company. What was Samsung supposed to do when tablets became popular, try to convince people to buy TVs or pressure cookers instead? Besides, Apple likes to jump on an idea, market it to the point where everyone buys it and then claim inventing it and trying to forbid everyone else from doing it.But we want people to have their own ideas and invent their own stuff.
I'm amazed at how it's possible to deliver no meaning whatsoever with two seemingly coherent and grammatically correct sentences."So the changes - it's not a matter of going from no collaboration to collaboration. We have an enormous level of collaboration in Apple, but it's a matter of taking it to another level."