by Jason Snell
Cook: Apple’s in India “for the next thousand years”
Tim Cook continues his tour of India with an interview in The Hindu:
We are learning. There are things that are clearly different. But I would say there’s more things similar than different. The tendency is to magnify the difference and not look for similarity. The truth is that everyone wants the best product, not everyone may be able to grab it, but they want it. So when you start to look at it like that, you have a different perspective. We are patient people. We are not in India for a week or a quarter. We are in India for the next thousand years. Our horizon is very long. We are focused on best, not most. So it doesn’t bother me that we don’t have top market share. I don’t have the goal to have the top share next week or next quarter.
[hat tip: iMore]