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This is a free example essay on iPhone:
The iPhone is a multimedia enabled smart phone designed, manufactured and marketed by Apple Inc. The first of its kind was introduced in early 2007 and since then it has gained great popularity among its users. The smartphone has a variety of complex and advanced functionalities and its use has always left the users delighted. It can function as a camera phone, portable media player, visual voicemail and can be used for text messaging. The device has been used on several occasions as an internet client in web browsing, email and Wi-Fi connectivity. Just like the iPad, navigation through the device’s capabilities is through its wide multi-touch screen
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iPhone 5 Report |
Assessing and analysing the three levels of the marketing environment |
By Simona Zhelyazkova Vasileva, Student Number 201230259 |
2. Executive summary
The report provides an analysis and evaluation of the three levels of the marketing environment of iPhone 5. It analyses the relationship between the influence of internal, macro and microenvironment on the product development and the potential success of iPhone 5 in the UK market.
The internal environment will be examined by concentrating on product’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats and its innovative features, using a SWOT analysis. A comparison between previous Apple products and iPhone
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Project iphone 5 23th April 2013.
Project iphone 5
Apple's Mission Statement
Apple Computer is committed to protecting the environment, health and safety of our employees, customers and the global communities where we operate. We recognize that by integrating sound environmental, health and safety management practices into all aspects of our business, we can offer technologically innovative products and services while conserving and enhancing recourses for future generations. Apple strives for continuous improvement in our environmental, health and safety management systems and in the
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When I think of symbolic artifact of America, “Iphone” comes up in my mind more than anything else. It can be said that “Iphone” is the most innovative, popular and well-distributed invention in the past decade that represents “The Corporate Cool Machine” of America (Culture Jam by Kale Lasn).
Indeed, we do spend a lot of time touching and playing with handy phone literally all the time daily basis nowadays. After finding out high functionalities of the simplified touch panel device, most of the people got drawn to the attractions of it and can not stop playing with it. More and more you spend time with the device, you rely on it to take care of many important tasks, such as e-mailing
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The major benefit that the iPad has over the iPhone comes from the size of the iPad itself. The screen is nearly 10 inches, with a 9.56 inch by 7.47 inch stance. This larger size allows for multiple benefits.
All applications can be seen at a bigger size. Now, iPad app developers have a larger amount of screen to work with. Applications can be more detailed and more intricate, as they have the space to do so. An iPad app development team can also transfer their iPhone applications to the iPad; the iPad automatically resizes nearly all iPhone apps. Now, the most popular iPhone applications can be run on the iPad at a much larger resolution.
The size also makes the iPad a perfect
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A Case Study in External Communication
Jenny Lee Ian McCarthy Andrew Nguyen Robbie Reid
Dr. Robyn Walker Faculty Advisor Center for Management Communication
Case Study Initiative Center for Management Communication
INTRODUCTION As soon as the news of the Apple iPhone surfaced, David and Mary Jones eagerly bought two and switched their wireless phone carrier to AT&T Wireless, the iPhone’s exclusive wireless carrier in the United States. Several weeks later, after a hectic morning in the office, David Jones drove home to meet his wife, Mary, during his lunch break. “Hey, David, I wasn’t expecting you to be home for lunch today. How’s
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Internal Assessment Economics
Article: Apple polishes forecast after selling 9 million new iPhones
Apple-polishes forecast after selling 9 million new iPhones
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1 OF 4. Alejandro de Rosa (R) and Melisa Racineti of Buenos Aires, Argentina pose with their new Apple iPhone 5s phones with Apple employee Jay at the Apple Retail Store on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, New York September 20, 2013. Apple Inc's newest
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with well advanced products. (O'Grady, 2009)
Apple Company works in technology industry and company has a big impact to development of technology industry. Company produces very vide types of products such as computer electronics, computer software (OS X and I OS, iTunes for media, Safari and so on), personal computers (Mac line), music players (iPod) and different smartphones (iPhone). (Tomson Reuters, 2013)
Being theme of the day IPhone 5 is chocked by its upgradeable version of camera, screen, applications and other function. Main factors of purchasing iPhone are its applications. Customers actually prefer high-quality apps so they love this phone. There are
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Android vs iPhone
Junyao Zhang April 12, 2010
This is a complete analysis and comparison between Android and iPhone OS. The rest of this report is organized as follows. Section ?? outlines the system architecture, history and detail management conﬁguration. Section ?? discusses the iPhone system. In Section ??, a comparison between these two systems is presented.
Android, originally meaning “robot”, is a mobile operating system using a modiﬁed version of the Linux kernel. It was initially developed by Android Inc., a ﬁrm later purchased by Google,[?]and lately by the Open Handset Alliance[?]. It allows developers to write managed code in the Java language, controlling
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mainly contributed to its Iphone, the smart iPod, iTune, and Ipad s product combination, which is of both great hardware pieces, with great style, great software, great performance, user friendly interface, and with a good e-business service.
The main aim of this essay is to critically analyze the marketing strategy of Apple Iphone 4. The essay is organized around three parts. The first part discusses the current mix of Iphone 4 from four basic aspects (the product, price, place, and promotion) and three addition aspects (physical layout, provision of customer service, and processes of the marketing strategy). Following this, the second part analyses the competitive position of Iphone 4
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1-What kinds of applications are described here? What business functions do they support? How do they improve operational efficiency and decision making?
New software applications for social networking and sales force management (CRM) make these devices even more versatile business tools, Mobile handheld for business.
2- Identify the problems that business in this case study solved by using mobile digital devices?
Mobile workforce of 60 independent physicians treating thousands of patients. The physicians use iPhone 3G to stay connected around the clock to hospital staff, colleagues and patient information.
3-What kinds of business are most likely to benefit from equipping their
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SEPTEMBER 28, 2012
WILLIAM BRUNS JULIE H. HERTENSTEIN KELVIN LIU
Danshui Plant No. 2
In August 2010, Wentao Chen, manager of Danshui Plant No. 2 in southern China, was anxious. The plant was in the third month of a 12-month contract to assemble the Apple iPhone 4. The contract called for Danshui to assemble 2.4 million iPhones in the period between June 1, 2010, and May 31, 2011, but now in the third month of the contract, production was only 180,000 units per month. Chen called Jianye Ma, the plant controller, to request a summary of monthly operations for August as soon after the end of the month as possible. Danshui was a contract manufacturer that assembled electronic
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IPad in Business - Multinational banking goes mobile
Founded in 1853, Standard Chartered Bank is an international bank headquartered in London, with 1800 branches, 80,000 employees in 70+ countries and territories is going mobile with the iPhone and iPad. Standard Chartered believes the iPhone and iPad will provide a perfect platform to expand the bank’s mobile services, both internally and to its increasingly tech-savvy customers.
This will allow the bank to forge new customer connections and fortify current relationships. As one of the first and largest corporate banks to standardize on the iPhone, Standard Chartered Bank has developed more than a dozen in-house
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I was thinking recently how inconvenient it was not to have a general term for iPhones, iPads, and the corresponding things running Android. The closest to a general term seems to be "mobile devices," but that (a) applies to any mobile phone, and (b) doesn't really capture what's distinctive about the iPad.
After a few seconds it struck me that what we'll end up calling these things is tablets. The only reason we even consider calling them "mobile devices" is that the iPhone preceded the iPad. If the iPad had come first, we wouldn't think of the iPhone as a phone; we'd think of it as a tablet small enough to hold up to your ear.
The iPhone isn't so much a phone as a replacement for a
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Case 10 – Teams 1-4-6
Apple, Inc. in 2010
Despite the effects of ongoing poor economic conditions in the United States, Apple Inc.
celebrated record quarterly revenues and unit sales of computers during its third quarter of 2010.
In addition, the company’s newly released iPad tablet computer had sold 3.3 million units
between its April 3, 2010 launch and the June 26, 2010 quarter end. The company also sold 8.4
million iPhones during the quarter. Most of the smartphone units sold during the third quarter of
2010 were iPhone 3GS models since the new iPhone 4 launched only four days prior to the close
of the quarter. Although there had been some criticism
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, or change the services on our contract.
2. We can combine IP, data and long distance, and wireless business services.
3. There are many discounts and savings that we could acquire.
Transition: With the AT&T Company and network, our next step is to choose a smartphone that fits our needs.
C. The iPhone 5 is a very popular phone and sophisticated to satisfy our sales team goals.
1. This many is due that Discuss the iPhone 5 and its main highlights.
2. Compare the iPhone 5 to other smartphones.
3. According to Vlad Andrici of Pacific Money, the iPhone 5 is the simplest, user-friendly smartphone in the market (Andrici).
Transition: The carrier, data plan, network, and
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communication has become a business stradegy for overcoming the obstacle of travel around the world.
Another major form of technology is the iPhone. “An iPhone can function as a video camera, a camera phone, can send texts and receive visual voicemail, a portable media player, and an Internet client with email and web browsing capabilities, and both Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity.” (Honan, 2007) This means this phone making advertising and referencing subjects a snap. With some iPhones you can also get an “app” that allows you to access computer via satellite. With this you can navigate around a computer using your iPhone and send a document you may of forgotten about for example.
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Technology can be used for a lot of things. One piece of technology that really caught everyones attention was apple. Apple was created by steve jobs. There are many reason why it can be good and why it can be bad. This are some of the reason why it can either be bad or good.
Technology is something that grows very rapidly and keeps the organizations such as Apple always on their feet striving to develop newer products to compete in the fast competition. Apple having launched their product in Europe saw that the mobile phone industry in Europe was much more advanced than the U.S. People in Europe want their phones to do much more than just make calls and iPhone only capable of running on
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abandoning traditional Wireline telephone service. AT&T landed a major coup in 2007 when it signed a deal with Apple to be the exclusive U.S. carrier for the iPhone. Not only did AT&T add new customers, it added more profitable customers. AT&T reports that an iPhone customer’s average revenue per user (ARPU) is $105 per month versus $60 for non-iPhone customers. AT&T’s corporate strategy for securing these profitable customers is to align itself with innovative technology, such as the iPhone, and pay a subsidy of $325 to Apple to make the iPhone more affordable for mainstream America, its target market. AT&T recoups the subsidy by locking iPhone customers into a two-year contract averaging $100
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creates employee mobility, and a comparison of the top two selling smartphones currently in the market, the Blackberry and the Iphone.
Mobile Technology: Paving a Way to Organizational Success
The invention and revolution of mobile devices
Since the beginning of civilization, men have discovered ways to be more efficient. With the discovery of science sprang the creation of electricity. Since then we have been looking for more innovative ways to invent things that make our lives more comfortable. For example, the first car was invented in the 1700s and has come a long way since then. What was once to be considered heavy steel on wheels running on motor oil has revolutionized to a fuel
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Nokia's Bad Call on Smartphones
Frank Nuovo, the former chief designer at Nokia Corp. NOK1V.HE +4.30% , gave presentations more than a decade ago to wireless carriers and investors that divined the future of the mobile Internet.
More than seven years before Apple Inc. AAPL +1.43% rolled out the iPhone, the Nokia team showed a phone with a color touch screen set above a single button. The device was shown locating a restaurant, playing a racing game and ordering lipstick. In the late 1990s, Nokia secretly developed another alluring product: a tablet computer with a wireless connection and touch screen—all features today of the hot-selling Apple iPad.
Former Nokia designer Frank
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The present case study «Apple Inc. in 2010» deals with the main problems of Apple Inc. (previously known as Apple Computer, Inc. for the first 30 years) - an American multinational corporation that along with its subsidiaries designs, manufactures and sells personal computers, consumer electronics and software. The company's best-known hardware products are the Macintosh line of computers, the iPod, the iPhone and the iPad. Its most popular software includes the Mac OS X - a PC operating system and iOS – а mobile operating system as well as the iTunes media store.
By 2009 Apple Inc. had over 300 retail stores in several countries. It is one of the largest publicly traded companies in the
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marketing department could have found a different angle to use to make the product profitable.
The importance of marketing is also seen in the release of the iPhone. The company did an excellent job in promoting the product through advertising, however, failed in two other areas of marketing: pricing and placement. Apple created a strong hype over the release of the iPhone, but only released limited quantities. “Once the hype has washed off, they’ll just decide it’s not worth the money” (Observing Polarity, 2007, Para 33). Apple left this market wide open for competitors to release similar products at a cheaper price. If Apple had produced more iPhones for the original release more people
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branches outlet the different smell flavor the good thing is that this product has a long lasting fragrances that other perfume product does not have. But the only problem is that price of each bottle of perfume where it is too expensive, maybe, for us the perfume consumers for us to avail, they need to do something strategies that can attract more to customers, maybe they can lessen their prices, or installment basis or lessen their packaging that will come up with the exact amount and meet the price.
And the last is iPhone currently, is even costlier than an android devices. Since I don’t own an iPhone, I cannot compare perfectly but I research on what is the difference between an iPhone
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iOS 6 didn't offer many significant advancements over its predecessors, while Google's Android system continues to evolve more rapidly.
Monday's changes, particularly Forstall's departure, came as a major surprise. The only comment from Cook in the announcement didn't shed much light on them, either.
"We are in one of the most prolific periods of innovation and new products in Apple's history," Cook said in a written statement. "The amazing products that we've introduced in September and October, iPhone 5, iOS 6, iPad mini, iPad, iMac, MacBook Pro, iPod touch, iPod nano and many of our applications, could only have been created at Apple and are the direct result of our relentless focus on
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manufactured or sold by others. Trademarks are protected by intellectual property rights.
Examples: There is a catchphrase in advertising of L’oreal, it goes in Chinese: 你值得拥有. Meaning you deserve to have it.
The name of Chanel brand “ Coco Chanel” is also a trademark.
An industrial design constitutes the ornamental or aesthetic aspect of an article. A design may consist of three-dimensional features, such as the shape or surface of an article, or of two-dimensional features, such as patterns, lines or color.
Examples: Iphone, the shape of the car Minicooper.
The links and differences between Industrial and Intellectual property right
Intellectual Property is protected in law by
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A Generation of Young Christians
1. We are always right and we never accept
correction..A corrector is seen as an enemy
2. We love to sing in church, but do not read
our bibles at home
3. We are full of lust, sensuality and emotions
and we call it love
4. we want to have wonderful marriages, but
by the time we are 25years we've spent almost
ten years in relationships already. Sometimes
we may have had more boy lovers and girl
lovers than even our parents.
5. Sexual activities are now part of our
relationships calling it romance
6. we want to be rich in life, meanwhile we
spent all our finances on the latest ipads,
iphone, galaxies, htcs, laptops, cameras etc
which in many
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1. LGA 11156, All LGA 1156 processors and motherboards made to date are interoperable, making it possible to switch between a Celeron, Pentium, Core i3 or Core i5 with integrated graphics and a Core i5 or Core i7 without graphics. LGA 1156, also known as Socket H or H1, is an Intel desktop CPU socket. LGA stands for land grid array.
That's where the CPU goes. 1156 is a socket type.
The Intel H55 Chipset is used with the following processors; i7-800, i5, and the i3.Its purpose is to provide the interface for the PCI express lanes on a motherboard. The Gigabyte GA-H55M-UD2H can charge an iPhone, iPad, and an iPod touch even if the PC is on or off
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Create a list of definitions of the following terms and identify their roles in finance:
Finance: This is the study of how people and businesses evaluate investments and raise capital to fund them. It is also considered to be the science of the management of money and other assets. One example would be family personal finances, taking what is being made versus what is being spent, and evaluating that to purchase vehicles, homes or other family needs.
Efficient market: This is a market whose prices quickly respond to the announcement of new information. One example would be the iphone. As soon as the new iphone 5 was released today, the iphone 4s is now on discount. Another great example
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Alarm Clock Interview questionnaire
Hi! I am conducting this study as part of my course requirement and to get a better understanding of the functionality of our iphone app. We are interested in understanding how people manage to figure out when a good time to try and fall asleep the night before to be well rested the next morning.
Background Information: I am going to first ask you a few questions about your background. This will help situate the data we gather and understand the context of the answers you will give us.
1. Are you currently employed full time/part time?
3. Highest Education level:
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BUSINESS CONCEPT AND STRATEGY
Smart Charge functions as a mobile battery-sharing application to all iPhone users seeking sustainability in their battery life. Unlike ChargeBite or Juice Pack Air Case, we provide a superior service at a lower price, targeting an infinite market of potential consumers.
My venture aims to solve issues related to mobile battery usage, acknowledged by the fact that society has become increasingly dependent on the capabilities of our particular smartphone carriers. The problem I aim to address can be categorized as an economically friendly alternative to purchasing expensive portable chargers as well as the convenience of having a wireless charging
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stores worldwide, the company provides a solid product line to keep it thriving. Through their creativity and design, this company continues to prosper while meeting the definition of success head on.
One advantage Apple has is its ability to focus on what the customers want. They show this by making unique products that are a "must have" for consumers everywhere. Their product line consists of manufacturing computer software, personal computers, and consumer electronics. Their most well-known products are Macintosh computers, iPod, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV. Their most popular software lines include Mac OSX operating system, iTunes, iLife, Aperture, iOS (Apple Inc.)
Business Model and Scope
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5.3 Tranzicija prema Intelu 12
6 2007 - 2011: iPhone, iPod Touch i iPad 13
6.1 2011 – danas: Apple nakon Stevea Jobsa 15
Apple Inc. ili Apple Computer, Inc. je američka računarska kompanija sa sedištem u Silicijskoj dolini u gradu Cupertino, savezna država Kalifornija. Apple je jedna od kompanija koja je pomogla pokretanju revolucije u osobnim računarima (PC) u kasnim 1970-im. Smatra se kako je njen Apple II praktično pokrenuo industriju poslovnih kompjutera nakon čega je proizvela Macintosh, prvi uspešni kompjuter s grafičkim operativnim sistemom čiji će delovi potom biti kopirani u nastanku Windowsa. Krajem
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moved from American manufacturers to foreign manufacturers due to the fact that labor costs and worker skills are cheaper and more compatible, respectively. Take the iPhone for instance, almost 70 million phones were manufactured overseas in 2012 (Duhigg, 2012). The reason, “Apple executives believe that the vast scale as well as the flexibility, diligence and industrial skills of foreign workers have outpaced their American counterparts (Duhigg, 2012).”
Apple uses China for the manufacturing of the iPhone. While the parts for manufacturing come from different places around the world, China is where they all come together to function as the iPhone.
Foxconn Technology owns the
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Global 2000 and #79 of World’s Most Innovative Company. Apple took their failures in design, management and production, studied them and turned them into triumphs. Overall, Apple has been a successful company that shows us the strength of endurance.
In 2012 Apple with their newly released iPhone reported that their net income for the fiscal year was $41 billion and over $50 billion in operating cash. Their competitors Microsoft and Samsung were close but still did not overcome the branding that Apple has implanted so strongly into our lives. Samsung with their newly released Samsung Galaxy Note reported a revenue of $29.05 trillion Korean (approximately $24 billion in US) in 2012 and
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phrases such as ‘top innovator in the world’ are used for Apple, they actually do apply for the company.
Apple is one of the most valuable companies on Earth. The iPhone has, since its inception, given stiff competition to rivals— Samsung, Nokia, RIM, Microsoft, Dell, HP. Apple has the farsightedness to see products that will allure the future consumers
They have one phone–the iPhone. They have one tablet–the iPad. They have two laptops but except for sizes and optical drives in the Pro models, they are actually all the same. And they have one major desktop–the iMac. Even in the iPod line, they have streamlined it to the iPod Touch and the Nano
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so far has mainly made the rich richer and the poor poorer. Technology companies need to begin creating products that can be afforded by the world’s majority and not only targeting young people in Europe and North America. Popular phones, such as the iPhone 5 and Blackberry Z10, can cost almost $900. In a world where 50% of its people live under $2.50 a day, $900 is something most people cannot even imagine. The issue of limited internet access can also be blamed on dictatorship governments which censor their country’s often limited internet access. A great example of this is the Ethiopian government, which only allows the state owned telecommunications company to operate in the country. The
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habits are essential to succeed in school. Someone who studies for every test at 10 PM the night before and types up long papers the day before they are due will probably not find his grades to be too high in college. You may be attending a college with a world-class biology program, but you probably won’t be passing a biology test if you only study from midnight to 3 AM and take the test at 8 AM. Learn to study in small increments long before tests occur and work on papers early in advance. At the beginning of the semester, write all your test and project dates into a planner (or in your iPhone if you’re cool like that). That you way you won’t be caught realizing you have two tests the next day
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The mobile app market is far greater than most people think. You don't need an iPhone to be able to enjoy the top notch app games on the go. As we can see in this graph, the majority of the market share is owned by android users. Right now the ultimate juggle games are missing all of the android users, which as we can see, are a lot of people. By expanding to the android market, revenues are guaranteed to go up. Many android users update their phones regularly every time an update goes online, but some don't. Making our app available to those who have at least the jelly bean update, will allow us to reach more than 90% of all android users.
The ultímate juggle app is missing all of the
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. Recommendation #2: Apple should make the iPhone and iPad compatible with Adobe Flash. 24
3. Recommendation #3: Ensure that all current and future products have similar interfaces. 25
5. Recommendation #5: Apple should gain access to additional distribution channels and sales outlets in the international market. (international presence) 25
4. Recommendation #4: Apple should reduce prices. 25
5. Appendices (A-D) 27
Appendix A: Environmentally Improved Products 27
Appendix B: Retail Store Analysis 29
Appendix C: Apple Sales Strategy Survey 31
Appendix D: Apple’s Retail Store Customer Feedback Survey 32
6. Endnotes 34
1. Literature Review
A. Company and Sales Tactics Overview
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Friday spelling test. Each day, our teacher would take five of the spelling test words and use them in class. She would write the word on the board and then the definition. We then took turns going around the room and giving example of using the word in a sentence. Constant application of the word, meaning, spelling, and word use helped us to prepare for the spelling test. Like spelling, the constant practice of math and easy math equations helped to learn math and even assist in more complicated math problems.
Additionally, being able to compare and contrast also contributes to simple stimulus in the real world. Just a few weeks ago I went to go buy the IPhone 5. I have the 4s and
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the retail industry that dictate whether a product or brand will succeed. The first implication is how much of the market share does a company hold. For example, in the cell phone retail industry “apple iPhone is just 11.7% of the market, while android dominates with an 84.7%,” according to Business Insider. The second implication is price. Each firm only holds so much of the market share and can only manipulate price by so much within the industry. However, through advertising, one company can gain an edge over their competitors. By advertising lower prices and exposing competitor’s flaws, a company can build a better brand and their product’s reputation. Thirdly, product differentiation
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unquestionable today’s most important form of consumer tech.Since the iPhone, they’re no longer just for business; they’re scaled down computers that keep you in touch, keep you entertained and keep you informed.We probably spend more time with our smartphone than we do with our family,so having the right relationship with the keys, email,internet , store informations , entertainment along with using a mobile phone in one device.
Five years ago the smartphone was a chunky,ugly device that could sync with the office email and calendar.Then the iPhone, happened.Now the smartphone is a mini computer,media player and A-GPS unit controlled from wide open acres of touchscreen and everyone’s got one.
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). Another advantage is an iPhone application (app) that is used to recognize patients vital signs any time. The app allows patients to provide a starting point each time and build a database that could allow for improved detection of diseases. The only disadvantage to this health detection device would be for patients that do not have high technology devices such as iPhones and IPads. They would have to substitute other Droid and smart phones that are adaptable to the app. In order to accurately verify the data on the devices, standard medical equipment is used such as breathing rate, heart rate, and oxygen content (Beleberda, 2012).
Assess the security concerns with regard to
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their iPhone 4s and iPod devices. The company made minor changes to the previous versions of their devices when producing the latest versions of the products. This strategy has helped apple incorporation to increase the demand for their products.
For instance, the latest iPad has minor differences compared to the iPad 2. The new version has a wider screen, 4G internet, a good camera among other features, but there has not been a total redesign of the previous version. Some of these features were highlighted by customers in the Apple’s website. It was from these recommendations that enabled the company to develop the iPhone 4s and iPod. Companies should adopt this technique of directing
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The Ravishing Outlook and Features of the New iPad
The new iPad was released on the 16th of March this year. It was announced in the beginning of the month and unlike other apple products, the iPad 3 or the new iPad, as it is dubbed, did not come with as much anticipation.
As expected, the new iPad keeps the same screen size as its predecessors, sporting a 9.7 inch screen with 1536 x 2048 pixels, a pixel density of almost 264 pixels per inch. While this is lower than the pixel density of the iPhone 4S, which boasts 330 ppi, it is still pretty impressive for a tablet. In contrast, the iPad’s closest rival, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 only has a pixel density of 149 ppi. This
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2.3 What is the main reason you want to study in school
a. to learn
b. for baon
c. to make new friends
d. others please specify ______________________________
1. Which of these gadgets do you have at your home
c. game consoles such as PSP, PS3, Nitendo WII, gameboy advance etc.
d. others please specify ____________________________________-
2. What is the use of this gadget for you
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creation of a whole new idea. Products are not just a physical tool. They can also play a role in satisfying a consumer’s emotional need. Branding is an important aspect. A brand name reassures the consumer, has a ready-made reputation and makes a personal statement. Macintosh has made innovations in the field of electronics with the iPod, iPad and iPhone.
A service is an act which is offered to complete a task or solve a problem. Services are open to endless possibilities and ideas. Services can also be branded. An example of a service is Fed Ex. This was created as a different and more innovated way to move parcels from one place to another.
The innovations of new products and services
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proves the sustainability of this language. Due its portability, Objective-C has shown its flexibility and the ability to adapt to the ever changing and fast moving arena of mobile devices especially from Apple.
What is Objective-C?
Objective-C is a reflective programming language which aims to provide object orientated concepts and Smalltalk messaging to C. GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) provides a compiler for Objective-C, however due to the rich library support on OpenStep based operating systems (Mac OS X, IPhone, GNUstep) it is typically only used on these platforms. Objective-C is implemented as an augmentation to the C language. It is a superset of C which means that any Objective-C
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battery of your automobile feeds the electricity in to a sealed tight container that’s filled with water. As the electricity and water react the hydrogen gas is produced. As the pressure of the gas builds up in the container the gas is release into your fuel injector line which allows your can to be driven and if it was regular gas. This leads to the conclusion that we as Americans can and will eliminate our dependency on foreign oil. We as Americans must take advantage of these alternative fuel vehicles and fuel by turning our automobiles green.
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