Zack Whittaker dari ZDNet:
Indonesia is a strange place, at the moment. It’s not quite an emerging market, but it’s certainly more than developed — at least the more wealthy areas are. The rich are very rich, and the poor are extremely poor. It’s the almost-“1 percent argument” all over again. For Apple, hitting the market with a single Apple Store may make sense to serve those who can afford phones, but for now China and the rest of Asia — where the stable cash flow actually is — needs to remain in focus.
There’s money in Indonesia — albeit from a tiny proportion of the population — but it could be a route into other markets in the region.