You bozos don't have a clue as to what Danossa was referring to about unique products that dominated the market and continue to do so with the same impact to the sucess of the company. Moog synthesizer was never a mass market product and it's day in the sun was brief and of no lasting commercial sucess. Evinrude outboards did have a wide acceptance 75 years ago, but competition drove them to be nothing more than a brand name. For over 50 years OMC owned both Johnson and Evinrude and they were the same product in different colors. And OMC has had tremendous loss to competition including Mercury and more recently HONDA and YAMAHA.
Weber Grill sure that qualifies as an equivilent product to an iPhone , NOT.
Make all the fun you want, but the reality is still just as valid. For Apple to succeed in the future as they have in the past they will need to reinvent themselves and make history in doing so as no other companies have done it!