That is the landscape for Apple, and surely the successors of Steve Jobs recognize that as well as any.
The roads are forlorn, the landscape barren, the forests menacing.
From a reissue of a violent 1972 classic to a macabre odyssey across a Gothic Southern landscape.
But if elected office is her game, the landscape is looking bleak.
Now, though, landscape rehabilitation work has returned to site to its original look.
The landscape with Ruins (No. 746) is perhaps the finest of the others there.
These landscape fellows buy their stuff direct, and the middleman's out.
He who looked over that landscape said: "Sheep are eating men."
After two hours' climb, the features of the landscape change.
The rear wall has a door opening on a veranda, beyond which is seen a landscape.
c.1600, "painting representing natural scenery," from Dutch landschap, from Middle Dutch landscap "region," from land "land" (see land) + -scap "-ship, condition" (see -ship). Originally introduced as a painters' term. Old English had cognate landscipe, and cf. Old High German lantscaf, German Landschaft, Old Norse landskapr. Meaning "tract of land with its distinguishing characteristics" is from 1886.
"to lay out lawns, gardens, etc., plant trees for the sake of beautification," by 1916, from landscape (n). Related: Landscaped; landscaping.