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Why iPod competitors don't have a lot of success

Posted on Sunday, January 22 2006 @ 11:21:44 CET by

Apple Matters takes a look at why the thousands of iPod killers aren't virtually not affecting the popularity of Apple's iPod - despite some of them are obviously better on some or even all points.
Even with the consistent lack of success the iPod wannabees have had, there are still plenty of companies willing to make iPod knockoffs. Some of the manufacturers labor under the delusion that the next iteration of their player will dethrone Apple. The more rational mp3 player producers are intent on scooping up the lion’s share of the crumbs left by the market dominating iPod. For all the bluster and imitation the competition has consistently failed to dent the iTunes/iPod stranglehold, few expect that to change. Why has every attempt failed so miserably? Because if you are truly desirous to do to the iPod what Windows did to the command line there’s only one company who can pull it off..
Read on over at Apple Matters.



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