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    APPLE: A Case Study Analysis Shane R. Mittan, Project Manager Western Michigan University School of Communication Telecommunications Management 4480 Western Michigan University 1903 West Michigan Avenue Kalamazoo, Michigan 49008 Thursday, January 28, 2010 APPLE: A Case Study Analysis Shane R. Mittan, Project Manager Thursday, January 28, 2010 ©2010 Shane R. Mittan Shane R. Mittan Bachelor of Arts (BA) Telecommunications and Information Management Western Michigan University College of

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    INTRODUCTION Apple Inc. needs no introduction as it is one of the world’s most successful, popular and iconic companies with around three decades of ground-breaking innovations and redefining the way humans consume digital content such as music and movies. Named the world’s most admired company for consecutive three years by Fortune, the late CEO Steve Jobs, who turned around the company from near bankruptcy in 1996, couldn’t have asked for more. Originally Apple Computer, the company was renamed Apple Inc

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    Vision and Value -Vision “Apple is committed to bringing the best personal computing experience to students, educators, creative professionals and consumers around the world through its innovative hardware, software and Internet offerings.“ by CHRISTOPHER on SEPTEMBER 27, 2011 Role of Apple’s Vision Statement Apple’s Vision statement clearly states their long-term goals for the future. They are committed to bringing the best computing and learning experiences to consumers and through their continuous

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    The Apple Company is launching a new fall campaign titled, “The Big Apple!” to promote the sales of its new laptop computer, the Mac Book Pro. Featuring the campaign in New York City, Apple stores will be selling the new MacBook Pro laptops with three new cover designs. Known for its simplicity in computer design, Apple expects to ‘wow’ audiences with a departure from the usual look and a venture into new creative territory. Aimed at (but not limited to) the creative personalities that make up fast-paced

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    Apple – An introduction to Marketing Strategy This company almost needs no introduction.  Although I am not really a fan of their products, there is no denying the huge success of Apple: the technology company now has the highest market capitalization in the world at $573 billion, which is more than Microsoft and Google’s valuation combined; the firm is the most admired company in the world; and the Apple brand value is worth $153.3 billion alone.  The list is simple endless… Having only briefly

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    Hr Management Foundations October 14, 2011 What approaches to recruiting might be best suited for Apple’s talent acquisition? Apple has decided to start producing a product that they previously outsourced to other companies. This decision will ultimately require them to employ more labor and skill in the department making the components. It is obvious that Apple is going to need to hire more power. I suggest that they go about this by starting on the inside. They should first look to internal

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    Hand-in date: October 17th 2011 Team members: Wang Lehuan , Apple Inc. Fei Xuan , Liu Danfei , Jiang Yongming , Zhang Hao , Li Changhua Counselor: Sun Na Synopsis The paper is about Apple Inc. which is a famous IT company in the world. It's main business is to offer different kinds of high information technology electronic products. Through the internal and external analysis by using SWOT, STP, 4Ps, PEST models for Apple Inc., some problems are indentified. Firstly, in the analysis

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    Apple There is no doubt that Apple’s successful name is one of the leading, innovative forces in the computer industry. The multi-billion-dollar corporation, Apple Inc., designs and manufactures some of today’s highest technological gizmos and gadgets. Among their best known products are the Apple and Macintosh computers, iPods, iTunes, iPhones and iPads. Apple is one of the most powerful and influential high tech companies in the world. The success of Apple Inc. stems from the innovation and

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    written document and their ability to answer questions and to raise discussion in class. Apple Organizational Structures Apple's New Organizational Structure Could Help It Move Faster This cartoon has been floating around the Internet for a few years. It's supposed to be a humorous take on how all the biggest tech companies are organized. It might have to be updated to account for changes at Apple. When Steve Jobs was in charge, everything flowed through him. Now that he's dead, the company

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    Apple: A Class Above Every Other On April 1st, 1976, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak founded a company by the name of Apple Computers. Apple Computers released the Apple I, and established its company in Cupertino, California. During the mid 80s, Steve Jobs was dismissed from his own company due to the conflict in leadership and as to where the company should be headed; Furthermore, in the 1990s, Apple as a company was falling from grace and faced severe hits through their sales in the computer market

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    Figure 8 - Example of iPod Shuffle Messaging 39 Figure 9 - Adoption Curves for Various Media 40 Figure 10 ' Integration of the Product Lines 41 Figure 11 ' eCommerce Access 41 Figure 12 ' Uses for the Product 43 List of Tables Table 1 ' Apple SWOT Analysis 9 Table 2 ' iPod/MP3 Player Ownership by Age 13 Table 3 ' iPod/MP3 Player Ownership by Income Level 13 Table 4 - E-Business Model by Stage 19 Table 5 - Potential E-Business Metrics and Methods 49 Executive Summary - Sameh Darwish

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    Apple has had some great success in creating electronics for the average consumer some have changed the business world forever. Apple has been able to change the way people view electronics. Some of the successful products they introduced into peoples everyday lives are the IPad, The Cloud, IMac and the IPod. Apple has also had multiple failures over the years. Some of these failures were, the Power Mac G4 Cube and Apple TV. The IPad has revolutionized the way people control their company.

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    0 Raman Fadaei 2013 Marketing management Raman Fadaei 2013 Marketing management Apple iPhone Marketing Analysis Apple iPhone Marketing Analysis Table of Content Introduction……………………………………………………………… 2 Apple SWOT analysis…………………………………………………… 7 Apple PESTEL Analysis ………………………………………............. 9 Porter's 5 Forces Analysis……………………………………………… 11 BCG matrix perspective………………………………………………… 12 Ansoff Matrix Perspective ……………………………………………… 15 Extended Marketing mix Analysis………………………………………

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    Running head: ETHICS BEHIND APPLE AND FOXCONN RELATIONSHIP 1 Ethics Behind Apple and Foxconn Relationship Maryana Didovych The College of Westchester ETHICS BEHIND APPLE AND FOXCONN RELATIONSHIP 2 Abstract This paper examines Apple, Inc.’s relationship with one of its biggest suppliers, Foxconn Technology Group. Recent growth in suicide incidents at Foxconn factories again caught media’s attention. Whether Apple’s decision to stay in business with Foxconn despite these incidents is

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    Name: Ahmed Alashwal Case#1: Apple Computer. Course No.: TM583. I- Some of Apples’ Biggest Success and Failures 1- 5 biggest Successes iPhone: Apple released this product in 2007 as all-in-one device. The new look, new browsing features and the advanced OS along with deploying 3G wireless technology made this user-friendly a very successful products. It also has all the features of an iPod. iPod: First launched in 2001 and included a hard drive along with a variable product

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  • Marketing Plan for Big Apple

    Sensodyne is a toothpaste marketed for individuals with sensitive teeth[1] and/or dentine hypersensitivity. It is a registered trademark of GlaxoSmithKline which acquired it in 2001 in the purchase of Block Drug which developed it.[2] The root of the tooth, or the dentin, is made up of microscopic "tubules" or pores. In some people, the root becomes exposed because of gum recession or gingivitis. Because the tubules are porous, hot and cold sensations (from hot or cold foods or drinks) can reach

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    When Apple Inc. begins to plan out a goal for the next best thing, it seems that they have a crystal ball that can tell them the future. Their innovative ideas have given people products that we have only seen in movies or read in books. Their planning of different ideas and goals have always been very secretive and give the consumer exciting reveals every year with an Apple rally. Apple’s planning has been ethically competitive and in most cases is the first reveal of its kind. They keep a strict

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    ambition: born in 1955 of a Syrian political science professor and a single mother who has decided not to elevate the lives of Jobs, adopted at birth by a couple of modest Californians, was marked by these values. It is also this culture he installed at Apple. Convinced of the immense superiority of its products, Steve Jobs, himself, has always refused to sell to someone else's Mac OS, the first to use user-friendly icons, and then copied by Windows. Bill Gates's dream was to put a PC in every home, that

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    In 1976, Apple Incorporated was formed and operated in Cupertino, California. The founders of Apple Inc. were Steven Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Gerald Wayne. Apple Inc. designed Macintosh computers, mobile cellular devices such as the iPhone, multi media devices such as the iPad, iPod music players, and sells a host of software such as the Mac OS and iOS operating systems. Apple Inc. operates third party content such as retail stores, online sites such as ITunes for downloading digital music

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    Strategy Apple is one of the most profitable companies out there currently and this is because of their culture, creativity and innovations. The last couple of years I feel that Apple hasn’t come out with anything innovative since the launch of the iPhones and iPads. My goal is to suggest a practical Strategic Direction for the company. The goal is to make Apple the leader of the innovative computing and mobile industry that will change and improve the way we do computing now and in the future

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    (Apple Industry to Enter In Indian Market) A Project Report Presented to the Faculty of the School of Management & Entrepreneurship AURO University Surat. In Partial Fulfilment Of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Business Administration Submitted by: ANJESH DOKA ASTHABEN INTWALA SHIVAM MANDVIWALA VINITA GUNECHA Submitted to: Dr. ROHIT SINGH 28th November 2014 TABLE OF CONTENTS SR. NO | TITLE | PAGE NO | 1. | INTRODUCTION | 1 | 2. | RATIONALE OF ENTRY

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    APPLE VS. MICROSOFT – A WEBSITE USABILITY STUDY RESOURCES, USABILITY · MAY 29, 2009 Today we’re going to compare the websites of two monumental companies: Apple and Microsoft. The two giants pride themselves for producing cutting edge consumer and business products, and are leading the developments in software and hardware. But what about their websites? How do they both compare, and more important, which one is better and more usable? Well, in this article we’ll take a look at both websites

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    maker Solid Works. II. Not becoming Microsoft For decades Microsoft has tried to take over Apple and tried to beat them at their own game; first with Windows OS system then Zune and now with the Windows phone. Apple has been so successful because instead of focusing on user-friendly applications and systems; they’re focusing on consumer-friendly products and innovation over imitation, has lead Apple to be successful. III. Image Management Steve Jobs doesn’t understand who his users are

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    | 2014 | | MGT 306 | [Apple Inc] | [Type the abstract of the document here. The abstract is typically a short summary of the contents of the document. Type the abstract of the document here. The abstract is typically a short summary of the contents of the document.] | Introduction into Apple: Apple Inc. was founded in 1976 and incorporated in 1977; it is headquartered in Cupertino, California. Apple’s focus is designing and developing personal computers and other software programs

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    First competitive advantage of Apple is high margin. In Exhibit 5 you can compare the percentage of gross margins and R&D/Sales of three major PC manufacturers. The percentage of gross margin of apple is the highest among the three from 2006 while there is no big difference in R&D/Sales. This implies that the manufacturing process of Apple is more efficient than those of other companies and that consumers are willing to pay a little more to buy Apples products which means they are loyal enough

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    Organizational Ethics (Apple) Josh Berge ETH/316 April 26, 2015 Apple is a leader in innovative technology and continues to make improvements to stay at the top of the field. With technology growing and the general public being able to share their views on everything over the internet and social media, companies need to be more careful than ever. Companies are going to have to deal with more negative reviews because it is so easy for the public to voice their opinions. There was an old saying

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    Subject: GBUS-180 Due: 4/30/15 Professor: D. Flynn Candidate Name: Harshit Bhalla Session: Spring 2015 Subject: GBUS-180 Due: 4/30/15 Professor: D. Flynn 1. Historical Analysis: - A. Business In: * Overview: * Apple Inc. “is an American multinational corporation headquartered in Cupertino, California, that designs, develops, and sells consumer electron1ics, computer software, online services, and personal computers. Its best-known hardware products are the Mac

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    Vivian Tam Executive Summary Apple Inc. is an American multinational corporation that designs and manufacturers consumer electronics and computer software products and service related services. The company is well known for the hardware products such as the Macintosh computers, the iPod, iPhone, iPad and the latest launch, the iWatch, it has also a variety of related software, services, networking solution and digital content and application. Apple has established a unique reputation in

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    Accounting for the iPhone at Apple Inc. On October 21, 2008, Apple Inc. announced financial results for Q4 of FY 2008 ended September 27, 2008, (see Exhibit 1). Under the U.S. generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), Apple reported quarterly revenue of $7.9 billion and net profit of $1.1 billion. For the first time, the Cupertino, California-based company included non-GAAP measures in its earnings announcement to supplement its U.S. GAAP financial results. Apple´s non GAAP quarterly revenue

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    environment or surroundings outside of the company such as economic component, demographic component, technological component, sociocultural component, political/legal component, and global component (Chapter 2, Management Environment, slide 5). As for Apple, they have their own factors which is P.E.S.T. (Political, Economic, Social, and Technological) factors that affect them to make a decision-making process. These are the explanation about PEST : 1. Political Factor Political factor is a factor

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    Apple The company I selected for the extra credit was Apple Inc. Apple was first created April 1, 1976 by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne with their original product the Apple 1 personal computer kit. January 3, 1977 Apple was incorporated by Jobs and Wozniak after they bought Waynes shares of the company for 800 dollars. On this date they received a large investment ($250,000) from multimillionaire Mike Markkula. For their first five years of operations their revenues doubled every

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    | Apple Planning to Enter Pakistan: A Wise Decision or a Mistake? | | | | | Submitted to: Riaz Khan Submitted by: Yusra Naseem Patel (11497) Muzamil Jawed (13532) Tehseen Nazeer (13426) Institute of Business Management | ABSTRACT: This report focuses on Apple, if it is to launch in Pakistan, what could be the issue that Apple will have to face and what opportunities lay ahead where it can find a new niche market. With low tariffs, better geographical coverage and improved

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    Problem Statement: In the past, Apple has been the leader in innovation and has made a high quality product. The drastic changes in the computer industry have caused Apple to reevaluate their strategy. As a result, Apple is attempting to maintain differentiation through innovation while struggling to be cost competitive. While Apple’s revenue has increased over the past three years, profitability has declined and market share has remained stagnant. External Analysis: Porters Five Force analysis:

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    The Big Apple Keke Karlyle Strayer University BUS 508~Contemporary Business Dr. Vonda Mallory July 20, 2015 Examine Apple’s current position on the company’s ethical and social responsibilities, and determine whether or not the company has met these responsibilities. It is safe to say that the world as we know it has been significantly shaped as a result of the innovation brought forth by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. The masterminds behind one of the world’s most influential and profitable

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    1. Apple did better in its iPod business than it did in its PC business. Explain why. Justify your answer through the application of industry analysis and other strategy concepts discussed in this course. In the early years, Apple focused on manufacturing low cost computers, working together with IBM, cooperating with Novell and Intel to create a new operating system that run on Intel platform. However, these projects had not achieved success until Steve Jobs became the CEO and refocused the original

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    Apple’s winning marketing strategy Lebanese American University Every day in our lives we encounter hundreds of Apple products and this is surely a result of their winning marketing strategy.In the following, I will discuss the 4Ps integration of Apple, its internal company culture, and its external environment. On the other hand, I will present Google’s competing strategy. First, Apple focuses on each part of the 4Ps of their strategy: According to their products,their main focus is innovation

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    ------------------------------------------------- Case Study: Apple Inc. in 2015 BUSMHR4490 Stanley Sun Kevin Tate Clayton Wang Zihao Wang Rita Xu Memorandum To: Dr. Bruce Bellner From: Team K Subject: Apple Case Analysis Date: 02/08/2016 Introduction The purpose of this memorandum is to provide an analysis of the consumer technology giant, Apple Inc. Here we will briefly mention Apple’s strategic position in each of the markets that it has become involved in, to better understand

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    Fin 515: First Course Project Apple Inc. By January 25, 2015 Apple is a technology company that designs, manufactures, and markets mobile communication and media devices, personal computers, and portable digital music players, and sells a variety of related software, services, peripherals, networking solutions, and third-party digital content and applications. The Company’s products and services include iPhone, iPad, Mac Products, iPod, Apple TV, and a number of consumer and professional

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    Apple Inc. When investors are determining whether to invest in a company they must first look into the financial statements of the firm. Here they can find information on how the company has performed in the past as well as get an idea as to how the company will perform in the future. Apple Inc. is a technology firm who sells products such as the iPod, iPhone, and personal computers. One of their advantages over competition is that they often are innovators in every segment that they compete

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    Apple computer operates under a Functional Structure. Such organizations are divided into specific departments and employees are hired for each department based on their professional skill sets that are best suited for that department. For instance, an accounts graduate would be preferred over an arts graduate for handling the accounts and taxation department. Apple has their store which you can visit in almost most major big city as well as their online market base site. Apple computers offer

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    Apple Computer Leadership Report 21St Century Leadership Erialle Sutton Argosy University The Apple Company has become a billion dollar company thanks to the innovation of Steven Jobs and his co-founder Steve Wozniak. Steven Jobs was a person of excellence in his career he demanded nothing but the best with his unconventional leadership style and his ability to visualize the future of technology. An unconventional leader focuses on providing the best products and services, more than they do

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    Apple in the digital age from the iPod to the iPad Apple Inc. The Case Study 2000 - 2010 Foreward John Ashcroft Welcome to this Apple case study. I have always been something of a computer geek. My first computer was a Commodore Pet in 1978. It had 8k of RAM and a cassette player for storage. Programmed effectively, a two dimensional pencil sketch of a rocket would take off and zoom off screen. Beyond that and a few simple games, I don’t recall it did much at all. My first experience of Apple

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    Opportunity Apple has the opportunity to design the MacBook air into incredibly thin and light notebook computer that is every bit as powerful and capable as one twice its size. It has a new Multi-Touch gestures in OS X Lion, you can interact with MacBook Air in ways that feel more intuitive and realistic than ever before, keyboard is backlit and a long-lasting battery . MacBook Air features a unibody design for both the main enclosure and the display. Unibody construction means a higher-precision

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    is not intended for trading purposes. The stock information is provided by eSignal, stock charts are provided by NASDAQ OMX, both third party services, and Apple Inc. does not maintain or provide information directly to this service. Stock information is delayed approximately 20 minutes. Bottom of Form FULL DESCRIPTION Apple Inc. (Apple), incorporated on January 3, 1977, along with its subsidiaries is engaged in designs, manufactures and markets mobile communication and media devices, personal

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    INTRODUCTION II. MARKET ASSASEMENT A. Market Characteristics B. Market Evolution C. Smartphones D. Consumers Analysis III. APPLE IPHONE A. Executive Summary B. Life Cycle Analysis C. PESTEL Analysis D. SWOT Analysis E. Porter Five Forces Completion Theory Model F. McKinsey 7S Framework IV. REFERENCES Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL; formerly Apple Computer, Inc.) is an American multinational corporation that designs and markets consumer electronics, computer software, and

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    industry. Apple maintains a business model that does not fit into traditional industry borders. Besides its traditional business of making and selling computers (e.g. iMacs, Power Books, etc.) it sells music over the internet in order to increase its sales of iPods, which is a sort of digital walkman. In terms of industries this business model includes hardware (the iPod), software (iTunes, which is the software to download the music) and entertainment (music). Hence we could define apple being in

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    Apple: An Environment Analysis Environment has a huge impact on all organisations. It is a huge challenge to manage the environment in an organisation favour. However, some organisations were able to make use of this vital element. Apple Inc. is one of these successful companies who were and still until now managing it environment efficiently. Apple is a company that started in 1976 by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak as a computer company. Its market value has fluctuated over the years. In 1996,

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    whether it be a PC or an Apple. Users develop a strong bond with their computers and are normally reluctant to accept any other computer. From the many companies that design and manufactures personal computers, one has an innate talent in producing a cult like following. The Apple Corporation has provided our generation with a line of products that has revolutionized the way we interact and use technology in our every day life. A lot of elements go into the success of Apple, including the stores, the

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    Apple Apple product is deign in California and made in china. Is an "extremely important market" for the company and it will continue to look at how to grow its presence in the country? However, China is not simply seen as a potential growth market for Apple products. The country often is regarded as the company's main production base. Just after a horrific rash of worker suicides at the Foxconn factory complex outside of Hong Kong in 2010, a monologist named Mike Daisey launched a one-man

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    the article “the Man who makes your iPhone”, it makes me feel Foxconn uses slave labor to build iPhones, and they even admit they use child labor. As a report from CBC News pointed on Jan 29th 2011, each iPhone is made by young children’s hand and Apple only give them minimum slave wages. Even though an audit team uncovered several rules at the Longhua plant violate Apple’s code of conduct, Steve Jobs wasn’t mad at Terry Gou because without Terry, Steve wouldn’t be able to reach his goal. When working

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