the real competitive advantage of the apple ipod

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July 20, 2015

 

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Frog Design's Luke Williams suggests that the "clean" look of this product is an intentional consequence of references to the white ceramic and polished chrome tropes of the humble bathroom design experience'we keep calling the iPod such a "clean design" expressly because it references these materials and finishes; Susannah Cullinane of the BBC News suggests that the central iPod design elements were borrowed from the similarly successful Regency TR-1 transistor radio launched in 1954; Engadget's Clicker columnist Stephen Speicher postulates how Apple is poised to use the new iPod to capture the portable video market; still others propose that Apple is looking to control the cell phone handset, or video remote markets, with future generations of this product...
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Frog Design's Luke Williams suggests that the "clean" look of this product is an intentional consequence of references to the white ceramic and polished chrome tropes of the humble bathroom design experience'we keep calling the iPod such a "clean design" expressly because it references these materials and finishes; Susannah Cullinane of the BBC News suggests that the central iPod design elements were borrowed from the similarly successful Regency TR-1 transistor radio launched in 1954; Engadget's Clicker columnist Stephen Speicher postulates how Apple is poised to use the new iPod to capture the portable video market; still others propose that Apple is looking to control the cell phone handset, or video remote markets, with future generations of this product...
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