It. Is. Not. T.T. O’Brien explains how that’s not possible:
Any problems in the technology gadget industry are always, 1) Apple, and, 2) iPhone. Nobody else is ever considered. Why not? Apple’s iPhone brings in well more than half the entire industry’s revenue and well more than half of the entire industry’s profits.
How does that differ from Nokia’s downfall?
As to comparing Nokia to Apple or APPL or the iPhone, well, anyone who does that is just nuts. Nokia was topped by a better product. iPhone. Then Android OS. Apple is not in danger– yet– of being topped by a competitor. Apple has a few hundred billion dollars in the bank. Apple has a billion rather fanatical customers (Nokia had less money, greater marketshare, and more customers, but they were so pro-Nokia they moved by the millions to iPhone within a few years).
Not the same, right?