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Here is my revamped version of Apple's SWOT including some groundbreaking decisions and engagements of the company.
The deal with China Mobile, iOS in the car, engagement in mobile payment systems with Apple Pay, development of disrupting technologies based on wearables, and the cooperation with IBM are essential parts of the strategy powered by Tim Cook and his excellent engineers.
After Steve Jobs' death many publishing media rumored that Apple's power of innovation would be over. But we must not forget that it was not only Steve Jobs who did the work before 2011. Thousands of highly qualified employees went along with him and still go along with Tim Cook.
Companies that continually create value over the long term—meaning decades or more, learn how to ingrain the ability into their corporate makeup; it becomes part of their culture and DNA. They create value, jobs, and growth because of their ability to institutionalize innovation. (Andrew Taylor, Boston Consulting Group)
A SWOT analysis is used to evaluate the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats in a business venture. It's used in any decision-making situation when a desired end-state has been defined.
SWOTs may look completely different if created from external or involved people.
'Vendor Lock-In' is mentioned by some analysts but I have a quite different opinion. Nearly all other tech companies try to link their customers to their ecosystems as well.
In a comment on Appleholic's Kool Aid Korner Michael Lapham made a suggestion for a modified map:
"If your going to add Decreasing market share as a weakness then I suggest you add Customer demographic as a strength. Much of the market share decrease is from the entry level market while Apple continues to dominate where individuals have higher income and more education."
Today, I'd like to share with you some remarkable open-source projects the chromium team has been contributing to over the years. This non-exhaustive list is divided into chromium-owned projects and those the team has contributed to.
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