Apple Nano was introduced into the market last week and now retail in local store at RM 1216.00 for the 4GB version. The iPod Nono set to replace iPod Mini which is set to be discontinued. Some of the nice quote that read today are:-
Nobody can sustain an 80 percent market share in a consumer electronics business for more than two or three years,” Munster told CNN. “It’s pretty much impossible
Well, he’s right about one thing: Apple’s market share won’t stay at 80 percent. It’s about to go up.
In this case, however, they’ll have a tough time. Want to know what happens when you pit other players against the Nano, mano a mano? You give up, because no other flash player on the market offers anything close to the Nano’s concept or capacity.
Apple has mastered a lesson that its rivals seem unable to absorb: that the three most important features in a personal music player are style, style and style.
The truth is, the iPod has faced stiff competition from some of the industry’s best-known companies since the day it was introduced. Yet even after four years, all of Dell’s horses and all Sony’s men haven’t made a dent in the iPod’s dominance. And with the introduction of gorgeous, functional and elegant iPod Nano, that’s not about to change.
Read more on iPod at News.com
It is still amazing to me how Steve Job can continue to introduce something so attractive to keep all competitor at bay after so many years.