It’s hard not to look back at Apple’s meteoric rise to success over the last decade and not point to the iPod as a key reason for it. Apple co-founder Steve Jobs realized that people wanted to be entertained, and he delivered just the right product to help them out. Now, other companies are trying to capitalize on that desire to be entertained, but none are having the kind of success Apple has.
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