Last week's poll came at a solemn time but it had to be asked… do people think that Apple would survive without Mr. Jobs at the helm? It's an important question for folks in the marketing industry for a few reasons… first is the hardware the supports much of the digital publishing industry, second is supporting Apple goods (iPads, iPhones, Safari, etc.) and third, developing the staff of the future.
Cov lus teb yog qhov zoo uas Apple muaj lub neej tom ntej:
My personal opinion (which really shouldn't matter since I don't have intimate knowledge of the company) is that the design aspects of Apple have largely been the kev ua haujlwm muaj tswv yim ntawm Jonathan Ives rau heev ib lub sij hawm. Qhov uas Mr. Jobs tau ua piv txwv yog qhov tseem ceeb, txawm hais tias, nws tau tawm tias 1% dhau los ... txawm hais tias nws ua tau zoo, qhov loj me, ua haujlwm lossis lwm yam me me. Thiab txawm hais tias Mr. Ives ua haujlwm tau zoo kawg nkaus, tsis muaj CEO los txhawb qhov ntawd 1%, kev coj noj coj ua tshiab tej zaum yuav raug ntxias ua kom txhua yam mus tsis ntev. Yog tias lawv xiam li 1%, ho, kos kuv cov lus… nws yuav sau doom.
Luckily for Apple, it appears the market is optimistic as well. Trading was high when Mr. Jobs passed, but it appears the stock maintained it's value… which is significantly leading the market and other technology companies.
Kua ua cia li ntaus nws ib tug me me ua ntsos. Nws zoo li ntawd Siri yog qhov zoo ib yam nrog tus txheem tawm in Japanese. I'm with some of the fans who believe it would be quite a compliment to hloov npe Siri rau Steve… Thiab kho lub suab kom haum.