Originally Posted by NOFEER
Apple won't downgrade quality of its premier product.
If they start introducing cheeper models, they have to keep at least one "flagship" model that blows away everything else...
Originally Posted by MacVicta
Sounds like the "iPhone nano."
Nobody's expecting that until next year. Would be killer if Apple rolled it out in June.
There were reports that the 1stGen iPhone would stay on the...
Originally Posted by TBaggins
Report: Apple places order for 24-25 million 3G iPhones
I mean, really? The report only says that Apple expects to sell that many during the model's lifecycle. Have they really walked up to...
Originally Posted by Mr. H
I ask you again (third time now): if L.E.D. backlighting is so much more expensive (+$100 for a 13" screen means +$140 for a 15.4" one, the screen area of a 15.4" being 40% more than a...
Originally Posted by Lafe
I admit: I am constantly confused by Wu. Nuff said on that.
Congratulations Abramsky! You've won the AI Gold Star for Analyst Competence.
Now, every quarter AI should award one such gold star,...
Originally Posted by JeffDM
None of those brands necessarily make the cheap ultraportables either. A lot of the people begging for a cheap Air either confuse the Air with the EEE & XO, or confuse the Air with the $400...
Originally Posted by walshbj
I'm sure you'll see another $20-35 dip, at least, some time between now and Christmas. Patience pays!
No doubt you are probably right. Except that it will be of little use if AAPL is up $50 when...
Originally Posted by teckstud
Maybe often , but certainly not always.
The initial release of a $600 iPhone completely negates your comments. How was that pricing competitive - only to drop $200 in less than 3 months?
Originally Posted by AppleInsider
"The bottom line, we believe the margin was negativity impacted by a higher mix of Mac Book Air, which we now believe carries a lower margin."
On the bright side, Apple has likely...