Apple Case Study

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Register to read the introduction… I think Apple do this very well. But in

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some third-world countries Apple does not service like us and Europe. Maybe it is because of low demand but markets are growing so fast and Apple has to concentrate on those places that even have low demand currently.
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Apple has revealed ” For consumers, who are covered by consumer protection laws or regulations in their country of purchase or, if different, their country of residence, the benefits conferred by Apple's One Year Limited Warranty are in addition to all rights and remedies conveyed by such consumer protection laws and regulations, including but not limited to these additional right ” (Apple Support)and the country list is very limited. According to consumer laws In Asia pacific only Australia and
New Zealand could cover consumer needs

2.4.5 Physical layout
In the days when manufacturing dominated the economy, the physical layout of production units such as factories was not very important to the end consumer because they never went inside the factory. However, today consumers typically come
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2.5.5 3D Touch

In 2013 Apple went 3D maps crazy. In one report alone they listed 28 different patent applications.
The one patent that wasn't listed in that group has been granted a patent today under the title non-static 3D Map Views. Now that Apple has introduced 3D Touch with the new iPhone 6s, we can easily see how Apple may be able to apply the animated aspect of maps via touch that makes sense.Apple has been granted a patent for their invention that provides a novel mapping application thatanimates three-dimensional (3D) views of a map when the mapping application renders the 3D views while in a satellite viewing mode. In some embodiments, the mapping application renders the 3D views of the map using camera captured images (CCIs) when the mapping application is in the satellite viewing mode.
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The mapping application of some embodiments animates different defined types of map elements and/or constructs (e.g., bodies of water, shorelines, buildings, foliage, etc.) in the 3D view of the map. The mapping application of some embodiments animates some or all of the different defined types of map elements and/or constructs differently. For instance, in some embodiments,

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