Eating Apple, With Fava Beans

Apple CEO: Don’t Fear Cannibalization, Embrace It

I see cannibalization as a huge opportunity for us. Our core philosophy is to never fear cannibalization. If we don’t do it, someone else will.

Someone else is going to:

A Day With The Galaxy Note II

Like a prize idiot, I went to work yesterday, but left my laptop at home. Prat!

So, time to put the Samsung Galaxy Note II through its paces. I’ve had the phone for a couple of months and been really pleased with it. But I sensed that I hadn’t really used it in anger. I decided to spend the whole day trying to do my work only using the GN2. And, to make the challenge more exciting – no recharges!

The key paragraph that Cook must heed:

In terms of hardware, the Galaxy Note 2 is second to none. For battery life alone, it beats all other devices. The screen is gorgeous – going back to a Galaxy Nexus or, worse, an iPhone is painful. It’s like surfing the web while looking through a postage stamp.

His post reminded me of this video I recently posted:

At some point, flatscreen makers will incorporate wireless connections. Pair the phone with the screen and BAM!

And don’t think just about that phone. There’s the Galaxy Note 8.0 coming up. It will probably be as much of a whore with accessories as the Galaxy Note II phone. How many things will it be able to do that the iPad Mini can’t? Multi-window capability can be compelling.

Everyone has talked about tablets replacing PCs. But what about phablets replacing PCs — and phones too?

One of these days, Apple is going to be in real trouble.

Microsoft already is.


1 Comment

Filed under Android, Apple: The Company, Video

One response to “Eating Apple, With Fava Beans

  1. happycitizen2

    Reblogged this on eyes open & bootUp.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s