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AAPL/ NOK shld just buyout MOT

alpha1

Jul 14, 2007, 6:31 PM
wldnt it be an easy case of putting MOTO out of its misery and under the more capable management from NOK ??

If the MOT-NOK merger would not fly with regulators, how abt AAPL buying out MOT?
AAPL gets an immediate presence in the wireless market (to capitalize the iPhone brand even more).. an iRAZR (lol)

See this article from March.. its kind of making some sense..

http://ce.seekingalpha.com/article/30580 »
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Omagus

Jul 14, 2007, 7:55 PM
Joining up with Motorola could ONLY hurt Nokia. They have absolutely no reason to do so. Maybe to have a better presence in the US, but I think that might be too steep a price to pay.

And after the fiasco that was the original ROKR, I don't see Apple and Moto playing nice anytime soon.
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TVP125

Jul 14, 2007, 9:48 PM
apple will never work with another company they have to be in control.
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stoopered

Jul 16, 2007, 4:48 PM
Ummmmm...... Intel?????? I think Apple should stay out of phones, I love the name, but they should stick with Ipods, Computers, and software. Thats all we need a bunch of stupid 12 and 13 year olds becomming Apple lovers that have no clue of the company. To me the Iphone is like the RZR when it comes to status. Most reviews give it good ratings, but clearly state it has "Poor reception", "Poor Voice Quality", and that its not a great "phone" or even a great "Video Player" but state its innovative and they give it a 8.0 rating, meanwhile it has a quarter of the features than the HTC Mogul and $200 more. For the money of a Iphone I'd rather buy a good phone and a good video player for that kind of money. Hell for that money I can get a phone f...
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TVP125

Jul 16, 2007, 9:39 PM
i am talking about company's they don't have to work with they need intel to run there computers. this is just my opinion but i believe Motorola suck they build a crappy product and i would hope apple never joins with them. we all need to remember this is apples first phone it will have some bugs that they will work out in the future models. as for price apple always sells there products at a high price. -you get what you pay for-
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stoopered

Jul 18, 2007, 10:40 AM
Yeah you do get what you pay for. You by $h!T and you get $h!T. Motorola does suck. Apple is only going to be on At&t and because At&t is losing money it makes me wonder why the hell Apple is doing this? Apple is very smart when it comes to versions. Have you ever noticed they only make slight improvements on their products to milk in all the money. Look at their history of the past 20 years, and compare a new version to the previous. All are only slightly better than the one before, or only add 1 to 2 advantages. Thank goodness not every company did this...

Prime examples would be Ipod and the Mac line. Only big improvements I've seen were in their OS's.

Ps. They don't need Intel to run their computers, Apple just signed an agreement ...
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Versed

Jul 19, 2007, 7:35 AM
stoopered said:
Yeah you do get what you pay for. You by $h!T and you get $h!T. Motorola does suck. Apple is only going to be on At&t and because At&t is losing money it makes me wonder why the hell Apple is doing this?


at&t is losing money? You can back this statement up?
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heyheyhey

Jul 15, 2007, 9:34 PM
motorola's not in major trouble just yet... this should just be a wake up call for them to get something besides the razr out soon.

and im pretty sure even if apple would buy it (it won't, like Omagus said) they wouldn't create a product with "razr" in it.
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