The resignation of Steve Jobs, a boon for Samsung? 25 August 2011Posted by computeraholic in Uncategorized.
The resignation of Apple founder Steve Jobs in his post as CEO falls may be timely for Samsung Electronics, in open conflict with the American market of smartphones in particular
On sick leave since January, Steve Jobs said Wednesday no longer be able to assume its duties and obligations as CEO. He was appointed Chairman of the Board and replaces Tim Cook as Director General.
This could change the new Samsung that Apple has with fierce competition, its smartphones and tablets, with the Android operating system Google is currently the only ones likely to compete with the iPhone and iPad brand to apple.
Apple and Samsung have also ended the second quarter of 2011 to the ten-year reign of Nokia in the smartphone market, and accounted for respectively the first and second place.
“Even before the resignation of Steve Jobs, Samsung was more optimistic about its ability to dethrone Apple in the smartphone market,” said Mark Newman, former director of strategy at Samsung and now