Let your fingers do the walking through Apple’s income statements since FQ1 2005. Glide effortlessly through juicy bits of assets and liabilities. Slide your finger through nineteen quarters of financial goodness.
A special bonus: included is a separate visualization of Apple’s liquid assets: cash, cash equivalents, Short-term marketable securities and Long-term marketable securities. $$$$$!
Brilliant to use and look at on both iPhone, iPad and iPod touch:
There is a rush to market a whole new batch of tablets. Here’s another one.
They all bear an outward resemblance to another tablet that was widely panned.
So what strikes me about all of these designs is that they’re basically just shiny rectangular things. There is very little you can do as a vendor to stand out with any particular rendition of a rectangle.
This is also becoming obvious with the mechanical design of smartphones. They are all smaller rectangles with shiny black screens.
Which begs the question: as they are all just screens, shouldn’t what’s on the screen matter more than the screen itself?