Look, we know it is his job to downplay the iPhone, but his rationales keeps getting weaker and weaker.  Yesterday in an AP article, Steve Ballmer said:

"Let’s face it, the Internet was designed for the PC. The Internet is not designed for the iPhone. That’s why they’ve got 75,000 applications — they’re all trying to make the Internet look decent on the iPhone."

Now let’s take a look at a Morgan Stanley slide posted by Techcrunch on the relationship of mobile Internet adoption on iPhone+iPod as it relates to desktop Internet adoption.

You don’t just get the name "Monkey Boy".  You have to earn it.

 

 

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