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There is no denying the results are very poor. 0% profit growth.
The management has once again shown how weak it is when it comes to financial matters. They should take this opportunity to buyback at least 10% of the shares.
I thought retina was a point at which increase in ppi doesnt make a difference anymore
I am not implying that. Both the article here and myself are talking about new sales over a 3 month period
I don't remember the dates but I just looked up and Apple had reported on 24th and AT&T on  26th.   http://www.apple.com/pr/library/2012/01/24Apple-Reports-First-Quarter-Results.html http://www.att.com/gen/press-room?pid=22304&cdvn=news&newsarticleid=33762
These figures in the article seem to be totally crap.   December quarter 2011: iPhone activation share at att= 81% December quarter 2011: iPhone activation share at verizon = 55%   http://appleinsider.com/articles/12/01/26/more_than_80_of_smartphones_activated_at_att_were_apples_iphone_.html   http://appleinsider.com/articles/12/01/24/verizons_42m_q4_iphone_activations_were_more_than_half_of_its_smartphones_.html
  Its difficult for apple to release a cheaper phone to expand market but a bigger phone with the same resolution should be easier. Its not for 'survival' but to gain market share without even hurting margins.
  That is a mistake but indirectly android did lose share. When those RIM customers left - they chose apple not android
Jan 22: Verizon Earnings Jan 23 Apple Earnings Jan 24 ATT Earnings   I will rather wait for the real figures than pay attention to some analysts estimates.
  I would not look at the sales as 'don't match the iPhone by a long shot'. 7.5 million is a huge number. Note II is not the only expensive smartphone Samsung sells. The profit per Note II and S3 should be comparable to that on an iPhone.
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