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Discussion in 'Apple, Inc and Tech Industry' started by boyd1955, Jun 11, 2012.
Sad but true
You're just realizing this?
Welcome to 2007.
Jobs is probably turning in his grave.
Yeah, no kidding. Also, Apple is singular--It's a single entity. "Apple IS becoming a gadget company."
... ? He hasn't been dead or disconnected from Apple that long. This shift in priorities was something Tim Cook inherited from Jobs.
Why? Under Jobs Apple went from Apple Computers to just Apple Inc. and Jobs was the one to get the ball rolling on the whole 'post PC' thing.
Not really, since he kinda turned Apple in this direction himself.
I "like" gadgets.
Macbook Pro is a gadget?
Welcome to the WORLD Wide Web, where we find variations even in English
In many places, especially the UK, entities made up of many people are referred to in the plural form.