|Nov 7, 2012, 06:17 PM||#1|
Wall Street's obsession with Apple and innovation
So another wall street analyist put out a doom and gloom report on Apple complaining that the company isn't innovating anymore. He used the iPad mini as an example saying a smaller iPad is basically no big deal. Excuse me, but wasn't it the wall street clowns who were constantly whining about how Apple had to make a smaller iPad to compete with the Kindle and Nexus, with the "iPad killers"? Then when Apple does that these same clowns claim it's boring, no big deal, not innovative. Basically Apple can't win no matter what they do. It's like tails you lose, heads I win. So *(&#^ frustrating.
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