Seems ironic that AAPL just passed the $300 a share during the advent of the Windows 7 phone release.

It was fun to throw mud at Cramer’s original target back in October of last year. My assessment back then fundamentally missed the fact that once a company proves that they understand consumer sentiment, you should automatically assume that their future offerings will be just as disruptive as their past offerings. While AAPL has a lot of competitors on it’s coat-tails, it is currently leading in form factor, design, application breadth, overall innovation, and now distribution channels.