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    Monopolistic Competition

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    Developing Products on “Internet Time”: The Anatomy of a Flexible Development Process. Management Science, 47, 1, 133-150. 4. Hamel, G.; Prahalad, C.K. (1994).Competing for the future .Boston: Harvard Business School Press. 5. Howard Bill (2009); iPod competition available at http://www.pcmag.com; Accessed on 1.12.2010.

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    Ipod Vs. Zune

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    something that would let us take our MP3's anywhere we wanted. This device would be the IPOD. Standing at just 4 inches tall, this little giant changed to way we listened to our music. You were now able to connect it to your computer using a USB cable and bring your entire music library with you. You could bring it to the gym, work, on the morning jog, virtually where ever your heart desired. Ever since 2001, the IPOD has been the out right leader in the MP3 player industry, taking up about 71% of the

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    simple logo of the multi-million dollar apple sign everyday. Whether if its on a mp3 player, or to be more specific the ipod, or even the Mac book, which I am currently using to type this journal, or the iphone, which currently isn’t even on the official Singapore market, but some still get it illegally or from other countries. Apple has placed itself into pop culture, from how ipods and subsequent trends like the pod casts are created. Apple has managed to market its mp3 players to become renowned

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    Apple Marketing Director

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    have in mind is an mp3 player. Apple already have a wide range of mp3s. From a 60gb colour screen Ipod, to a 2gb Ipod shuffle with no screen. I have come up with another product to stop the sales going in to decline. I have taken ideas from the previous mp3 players, and added a bit of creation of my own and have come up with, ‘A-Life'. It is small like the Ipod Shuffle, and has a small screen like the Ipod Nano. The actual mp3 would be attached to a neckband. So you are wearing your mp3, and its not

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    Apple Ipod Value Analysis Value is perceived in different ways, by customers and organisations in relation to the product or service that is provided. The definition of value is what something is worth and the desirability. Also what is gained from the money aspect, and to whether the product or service actually fulfils its purpose. Value has different aspects which include company values; which relates to new innovations, job growth, reducing costs, as well as long term production and so forth

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    with their iPod, iPod Nano, and iPod Shuffle. However, the main problem is how will Apple continue to be the industry leader in the ever more competitive MP3 Player Market? Although Apple was not the first mover in the MP3 Industry they did however set a precedent on the MP3 Player and the attributes that should be associated with it. One advantage that I feel Apple has is that they are known for their quick product innovation and marketing. Analysis: Apple’s strategy in regards to the iPod is simple:

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    Apple iPod

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    Apple Inc.(iPod) Apple Inc, formerly Apple Computer Inc. is an American multinational corporation which focusing in designing and manufacturing consumer electronics and also developing software products. Apple was founded in Cupertino, California on April 1, 1976 by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne . Apple are developing, selling, and supports a series of personal computers, portable media players, mobile phones, computer software, computer hardware, and hardware accessories . iPod, The new

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    MP3 Player versus Mini iPod

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    MP3 Player versus Mini iPod Sony is the world’s leading portable entertainment manufacturer, and Apple iPod is the most famous MP3 player. After Apple introduces their new product mini-iPod, Sony brings in their new MP3 player, NW-MS90D. The original iPod is a very successful product, but can it continue to be the best on a smaller device as mini-iPod or Sony will be the best smallest MP3 player? I will compare them with the specifications from their official webpage. First of all, we look

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    ME 333 Section A Dr. Bednarz Group 5: Steve Jobs Brittney Fisher – Magic Mouse Paul Rochelle - iPod Hussam Noor – Retina Display Autumn Werner – USB Adaptor   Steve Jobs is revered for revolutionizing the cell phone. His ideas propelled Apple to become a leader in technological innovation. Steve Jobs was a brilliant inventor, entrepreneur, and leader. His passion was evident in his inventions. His ideas never ceased to amaze apple and society as a whole. The juxtaposition of time before the iPhone

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