Apple takes a bite out of Google
Apple has overtaken Google as the world’s most valuable brand, ending a four-year reign by the Internet search leader, according to a new study by global brands agency Millward Brown.
The iPhone and iPad maker’s brand is now worth $153 billion, almost half Apple’s market capitalisation.
“Apple is breaking the rules in terms of its pricing model.”
“It’s doing what luxury brands do, where the higher price the brand is, the more it seems to underpin and reinforce the desire.”
“Obviously, it has to be allied to great products and a great experience, and Apple has nurtured that.”