This episode of Ringer PhD tracks Apple’s transformation from a garage-based startup to a cultural icon worth more than $1 trillion. Apple’s innovative products have put the company at the top of a crowded tech field, though competitors like Amazon and Google are finding their own ways to win over consumers and market share. That competition, mixed with uncertainty in burgeoning tech industries and a desire to catch up in the streaming content wars, means that Apple faces some formidable challenges to stay on top.
‘Ringer PhD’: Why Is Apple Worth $1 Trillion?
The company that started out as a tech startup in a garage in California is now worth more than $1 trillion. How did Apple get to this point and where can it go from here?
Larry also weighs in on pandemic fatigue, his issue with voter ID laws being called racist, and the Texas abortion ban
Mallory is joined by Andy Greenwald and TD St. Matthew-Daniel to analyze the ‘Hawkeye’ trailer and the new Tony Stark tale
All that, plus one reason to watch every other game
Can the Ravens rebound against the Chiefs? And can House hit a five-leg teaser?
The guys also discuss their legacies and the UFC’s inability to properly honor its stars after they’re done fighting
Plus, the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week and David Shoemaker Guesses the Strained-Pun Headline