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Apple (a day)

December12

So what’s next for Apple?

Nobody knows for sure except me and Apple Chief Steve Jobs.

That’s what makes Apple so dangerous. The only certainty: Apple will surprise us (well… you) with something during the first full week of January at MacWorld in San Francisco. The week is usually marked by big news from Jobs.

So what will it be this year? Rumors abound. Some speculate that Apple will introduce a tablet computer. Others say Apple will roll out a line of low-cost iPhones. Anything is possible. That’s in large part because Apple has been so unpredictable over the past decade.

But, I am thinking it will be a smaller, less expensive “Nano-like” iPhone. The tablet will be cool (people want it). But, I think the Nano iPhone will be a game changer.

Today I am listening to “Bawitdaba” by Kid Rock.

Peace be to me Brothers and Sisters.

Brian Patrick Cork

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“Apple (a day)”

  1. Avatar December 14th, 2008 at 5:04 am Ben Tuck Says:

    Hey Mr. Cork. I have really enjoyed reading your blog. I am a student at Radford University. I listened to the first pitches during the Elevator pitch competition. I was involved with the competition last year but wasn’t able to put a plan together for it this year. I started a little food vending business after doing the pitch last year. I have learned a great deal about what it takes to start a business and hope to learn a lot more.

    With this post you have put up about Apple, I was wondering how you think the economy has effected their business.

    Ben


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