This week Peter was interviewed by Jim Middleton on Australia Network about Apple after Steve Jobs.
His thesis was that Apple will be fine for the next 3-5 years due to the long product pipeline and the "what would Steve do?" effect.
The biggest risk going forward is that no-one will have the guts to kill good, but not good enough, products and the brand will ultimately be tarnished.
The interview is in the Australia Network archive titled "Jobs Loss".
This week on ABC Radio National, Peter discussed the launch of Telstra's LTE (Long Term Evolution) data service in Australia.
There was some amusement about the fact that Telstra has always called their network "NextG" and this isn't called 4G, and we note that the USB data modem that supports LTE replaces one called "Ultimate", which rather begs the question about what the new one should be called...
The audio of the interview is available here.
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