You make me laugh by saying anything can give iTunes a single scary night. For better or worse (I don't buy DRM garbage or pay my hard earned money for music than is less than CD quality) iTunes is the number 2 music retailer in the US: http://www.itwire.com/content/view/16881/1151/
You might pooh pooh that because you might be a tech fanboy of sorts but the truth is that a success story like that matters to people involved in business. Sure Nokia tech is good, better than Apple but Apple in business has shown up several industries. They came in with the iPod and showed Sony how to sell a music player, they then proceeding to restructure the music business and is the only company to stand up to RIAA fat cats. If Apple didn't fight so hard for flat $0.99 downloads "comes with music" would not be even be possible. It taught the RIAA to look at alternative ways to make money seriously. Then now whether you'll admit it as a tech fanboy, they've reshaped the mobile phone industry. They were the first to make a phone that a greedy phone carrier wanted so badly that they even gave up a percentage of their revenue on service. That's like going to the CEO of AT&T and asking if its okay to take this 8 gauge needle and suck a portion of his blood out every now and then so that he can sell this phone and he agreed.
Sure Apple tech is hyped up but their business is solid. They make computers only in name, but they really are a consumer electronics business.