And we try to push the problems where they belong. If it’s our problems, we take full responsibility for them. We own our process. But they — it’s their job to get us a zero defect material on-time, per agreements. And our philosophy is: our money doesn’t break after we give it to them, so their parts shouldn’t break after they give them to us.
AUDIENCE: Do you see any possibility of bringing NeXT over to portable Macs? And do you see the future of Macs …
STEVE JOBS: You know, I think Macs are going to continue to grow. It depends on what Apple does. I think certain segments of the Mac market are going to continue to grow. I think certain segments of the Mac market are not going to be targeted for future growth. And I think Macs are good computers to do certain things.
But to do the things that people I think are going to want to do in a few years, I don’t think you can do them on a Mac. I don’t think you can do them on DOS and Windows. And so I think there’s a need for some new technology.
Just like, you know, there’s a lot of things that you can do on DOS when the Mac came out, but there were some new things you just couldn’t. And it would take a long time. And I think it’s the same way with the Mac.
Hey, we have to head off into the sunset back to California, but thanks for a chance to be with you all for some time.