“There has never been a company more prepared for a particular generation than Apple is for the 2010 decade. It was only three years ago that mobile phones were used merely to talk and it was only 15 years ago that we were tethered to a wall by a copper wire,” Jason Schwarz, an analyst at Lone Peak Asset Management, writes in an excerpt of his e-book, Apple Revolution, for TheStreet.com.
Schwarz writes, “When the history books look back on this generation, they will view our progress as we view the Transportation Revolution of the early 1900s and the Industrial Revolution of the 1800′. Who is bringing to market the contemporary steam engine? Who is building vehicles to take advantage of the new roads? Without question it is Steve Jobs.”
Schwarz writes, “Apple is leading our global culture into uncharted technological waters. His most recent contribution has been underappreciated by the media, but its significance has propelled Apple into its current leadership role.”
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