Jobs does have a valid, if not simplistic, point about consumer vs. enterprise purchasing. With consumers, it's Apple vs. the wallet. One layer, one step to the money. Of course, that is a zero-sum strategy which can backfire in a big way (R.I.P. Microsoft Kin). With the enterprise, there's more effort, re: Apple profits, required to pry open the purse strings. But the payload is bigger.
It would be disingenuous for Jobs to say he's coddling enterprise buyers just because there's an uptick of Apple products in the enterprise.
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