Sources: Apple Q2 2014 Earnings Call Q&A on Morningstar, Apple Q2 2014 Earnings Call on Morningstar
quote: Perhaps Apple is the incumbent and finds it much harder to switch screen sizes while trying to find a new manufacturer to make their screens. Apple needs 500,000 screens a day to supply the iPhone production lines. You cant get that many screens on a whim.
quote: That was the whole point behind Postscript (another Apple creation)
quote: The concepts of the PostScript language were seeded in 1976 when John Warnock was working at Evans & Sutherland, a computer graphics company. At that time John Warnock was developing an interpreter for a large three-dimensional graphics database of New York harbor. Warnock conceived the Design System language to process the graphics.
quote: Warnock left with Chuck Geschke and founded Adobe Systems in December 1982. They, together with Doug Brotz, Ed Taft and Bill Paxton created a simpler language, similar to Interpress, called PostScript, which went on the market in 1984. At about this time they were visited by Steve Jobs, who urged them to adapt PostScript to be used as the language for driving laser printers.