I made a mockup using the life-size printout from ai - unless you are a very small person the regular iPhone 6 is pretty easy to use one handed. Once I tried out the two sizes, the iPhone 5 seemed too small (but I am 6'3" with fairly large hands).
Better to find an adjusted market cap based on [market cap - liquid assets + liabilities] and use that to compute an adjusted P/E ratio.For example, Apple market cap [602B] - June 28 current assets [68B] - June 28 long term investments [126.7B] + June 28 total liabilities [101B] = 508.3BSo adjusted price per share is 508.3B/5.99B = 84.86Adjusted trailing P/E = 84.86/5.96 = 14.24
The 2009 era macbook pro has stood the test of time, and doesn't have any soldier issues like some of the new models. Anytime I need a new laptop I get one of the 17" 2009 models from Amazon for $600 to $800 - no app I run has a noticeable speed difference.
Its pretty clear why the sales decline is happening, since more than half of buyers are new to the iPad. People don't upgrade iPads much - the old ones are fine.
I have an iPad 2, and see no reason to get a newer one.