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 Apr 16, 2007 - 10:00 AM - by Michael
* Apple's changing focus

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Crave over at Cnet has some interesting things to say about Apple's immediate future:

Apple is a hardware company through and through, however. Its computers and software are ubiquitous among media professionals. The iPod is ridiculously successful with consumers around the world, with over 100 million sold so far. But the iTunes Store is almost monopolising online music retail and is proving to be a huge player in bringing video content to millions. Apple TV links all these technologies together and brings everything into the 21st century living room -- although it remains to be seen how successful it will be.

 

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