Apple has multiple \"Trojan Horses\" to drive growth
updated 08:40 pm EDT, Wed August 31, 2005
by MacNN Staff
Apple\'s Trojan Horses
Although Motorola's iTunes phone is actually "very old news," the media continues to follow it, indicating its "," explains Motley Fool writer Jeremy MacNealy. Apple intends to keep it that way, because its dominant position with iTunes leads many new users to the Mac platform. But iTunes isn't Apple's only "Trojan Horse." iLife's inclusion on new Mac systems is Apple's way to get consumers "accustomed to using its editing software," just in they "ever aspire for more." If they do, Apple "has the answer" with its Final Cut and Logic lines.