20 Ways That Apple Could Spend Their $40 Billion Mountain of Cash

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goathill2000

I agree with stevengu, make the iPhone compatible with other carriers! Apple is loosing money by not doing so.2. Since I invested in Apple by purchasing an iMac, an iPod (and in all likelihood) an iPad, Apple could invest some of that money back into my business and buy some of my paintings!?....... I’m not greedy, just 10 or so would be great :-)

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mob1278

They could start off by paying off my student loans and then open up a class that teaches students specifically how to be developers, designers, think tankers for Apple based products. They could call it "Apple University" or iApple Univeristy and lecture it on iTunes U so it would be a one stop shop still intergraded on iTunes. Classes would be delivered in video. Feedback intergraded somehow through Mobileme on an iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. Just a thought.

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Wseries

Apple should buy Dropbox to replace iDisk.

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dori82

Apple can build an actual time machine, travel to the future, learn how to manufacture hexacores, make Intel kill themselves and build the BEST ULTRA SUPER MEGA BEST computer evar! (not that they aren't the best right now... Actually an iX core in every mac should do the trick :)

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Roberto Baldwin

Anything that involves time machines is a win!

-robbie

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stevengu

Make the iPhone compatible with other carriers.

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MacMike1000

Start a iMotor Company or start making iTelevision.

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