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Last night Apple announced financial results for the financial quarter ending 26th June 2010. It revealed record revenue of $15.7 billion and net quarterly profit of $3.25 billion. International sales accounted for 52% of quarterly revenue.
Mark Bridge writes:
They were a proud race. Proud of their individuality. Proud of the simple yet high-tech environment they inhabited.
But their population wasn’t growing as quickly as it had. They weren’t dying out – far from it, because they were committed to the cause – but there weren’t as many bright new faces as there’d been before. And now the Others were moving closer.
Yes, they’d done their best to resist the Others. They’d tried moving into new areas; not running away but expanding. It seemed to work. A new generation – a new race, some said – had been born. Different, yet the same. So why did they still feel as though the Others were getting dangerously close?
That’s not the opening of the worst science-fiction novel of all time. It’s the place where some people think Apple finds itself at the moment.