“They didn’t invent the personal computer, digital music player, the smartphone, or the tablet,” Lee reports. “But they reinvented them and forced their competitors to rethink their strategies. ‘Apple will move if it feels it can enter and capture customers that formerly the incumbents haven’t been able to capture very well or monetize,’ said RBC Capital Markets’ Mike Abramsky. ‘Typically Apple tends to be disruptive because it’s products are powerful and also simple.’,
Lee reports, “It’s a trend that’s been going on for decades.”
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