It seems ironic that Apple and Nintendo should be competing rather than cooperating, if that were possible. Both produce amazingly creative products by pushing the limits of hardware and software; and the quality of the devices they produce is extremely impressive to me.
Nintendo could learn something from Apple's strict user interface. At the moment, I'm on the web just to find how to hear songs recorded by my granddaughter on a Wii. If you've learned one Apple game, you've learned them all; but Nintendo apparently permits the developer to create a unique interface: this makes learning a variety of Wii games difficult, for me at least.