Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 1st Jun 2006 15:24 UTC, submitted by Tom Dickens
Apple "It's not that I despise Apple or the wonderful products it showcases year after year, but the fact that almost every first generation Apple product has serious quality assurance issues bugs me beyond belief. Let's take a look at two of Apple's most successful products, the company's portable music player and its notebook series."
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Fortune favors the bold
by shadow_x99 on Thu 1st Jun 2006 17:23 UTC
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2006-05-12

Apple Computer I must admit do a lot of the 'Fortune favors the bold' kind-of products. They want to be cutting-edge with their product and that brings it's share of 'early-adopter problems'

On the other hand, you cannot blame entirely Apple... I think that the argument is valid for manu other manufacturer other than Apple. Take the same 'text' and replace all 'Apple' with 'Hyundai', 'Toyota' or 'Microsoft' (Think XBox 360 here) and you get a 'valid' argument.

Fortune favors the bold!

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