Like many technology-based businesses in the first world, Apple eschews full vertical integration in favor of outsourcing physical production to cut costs. This dichotomy plays out in the packaging for the iPod Touch and other Apple products, which often bear the slogan "Designed in California" alongside the government-mandated, country-of-origin statement "Made in China." Capital factors of production includes machinery & warehouses technology (E.g. - Components of an iPod: Harddrive, LCD, RAM, Circuit board with microprocessor, battery pack, audio chip, and video chip)
The labor pool that contributed to the realization of the Apple includes internal, stateside employees who worked on its design, prototyping and eventual marketing and sales efforts and external laborers working in foreign factories in Asia. By using external labor for manufacturing, Apple reduces its production costs for Apple computers and other products. Factors of the labor force of Apple include many people in charge of different jobs such as: Mac Hardware Engineering, Applications, Marketing, Operations, Human Resources, Facilities, Finance, Software Engineering, iPhone Engineering, iPod Engineering, Sales, Information, Systems and & Technology, AppleCare, Retail Corporate
Land or Natural Resources
The land factor of production for Apple computers includes any issues affecting the natural resources available to Apple's suppliers in Asia, including the cost and availability of raw materials such as glass for the multi-touch screen, plastic for the casing and silicon for the chipset. Factors of land production include: Plastic, Glass, Arsenic, High-grade Aluminum, Strong Polycarbonate (1% of Apple's Greenhouse Emissions comes from recycling)
With Steve Jobs at its helm, Apple made a name for itself as a leader in the entrepreneurship category on an international scale. Apple emphasized innovation in its product line and in its efforts to mythologize its own brand. Entrepreneurship of Apple is Steve Jobs himself.