Apple was able to leapfrog its competition thanks in part to brilliant supply chain management that is still years ahead of the competition.
That's because Tim Cook, who was Steve Jobs' second in command, handled all of Apple's supply concerns for its devices.
Now Google is trying to do the same thing: build phones and devices that people will love and leapfrog the competition.
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