Feb 12, 2016 - 12:06 AM UTC — AAPL: 92.845 (-1.425, -1.51%) | NASDAQ: 4234.52 (-49.07, -1.15%)
I think they’re going through a very significant change now in terms of product cycles,” Sculley explains. “Traditionally Apple introduces products once a year; now it’s really introducing products twice a year. The complexity of that from a supply chain is immense, and Apple seems to be doing it well. So, I think that people are underestimating just how well Apple is run, and just how successful the company can be when it gets to that twice-a-year product introduction cycle.
– Former Apple CEO John Sculley (via TUAW)
“Suggesting that Apple is moving to a semi-annual cycle is a very provocative thing to say, but it’s something I’ve also speculated is happening during a Critical Path podcast,” Horace Dediu writes for Asymco. “Sculley’s comments prompted me to weigh the possible evidence that this is happening.”
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