Apple Analyst Meeting Conference Call Details [Updated]
Apple posted a quicktime stream of their 2003 Analyst Meeting which took place on Wednesday, Nov 5th.
A recap from yesterday provided interesting comments from Apple and Steve Jobs.
Most interesting quotes from Steve Jobs in the Q&A Session:
Regarding iPod and iTunes interactivity with other MP3 Players/Music Stores: "Maybe there'll be a reason someday and we're flexible, but right now I think we're spending our money on the path of least resistance to do the right thing."
Regarding the PowerPC/IBM: "the PowerPC roadmap -- which you might have heard about already -- is really good, I can't talk about it, but it's _really good_ what's coming."
Regarding iTunes Music Store and Competition: "We would like to break even/make a little bit of money but it's not a money maker." "[Napster and MusicMatch have] started money losing businesses and I'm perplexed as to why." "They don't make iPods, so they don't have a related business where they do..."
Regarding Digital Hub Apps: "So, believe me, we have a lot of innovation up our sleeve when it comes the digital lifestyle/digital hub class of applications - a LOT. And, um, you'll be seeing some of it next year. Very strong stuff."
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