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Event March 9 Pre-orders March 16/23 Shipping and in stores April 6
This is a bit loony. While I would like to see a better spread of revenues and profits across more product lines, this kind of statement could have been made a year or two ago, and look where the stock is now. Bearish views seems to ignore the fact that there is still immense worldwide market share for Apple to capture, and their incredibly high customer satisfaction levels, along with a large product ecosystem that works extremely well, will continue to fuel upgrade...
Because lots of companies tacked an "i" in front of their products to leverage Apple's success. iPhone will eventually become Apple Phone.
I still think it's more Apple branded design and engineered systems, similar to what BMW DesignWorks services offers (where BMW contracts out its design and engineering expertise to other industry segments).
He looks a little bit, and sounds a little bit, like Ballmer mocking the iPhone way back...
 It is a nail, perhaps the first...the final will come in two years likely. It is rapidly expanding, the benefit of unique, encrypted token-transactions using your fingerprint undeniable to all three parties of the transaction. It could also be possible to use your fingerprint to generate a unique scannable code for expanding input, and secure BT transactions for services such as restaurants, gas fill-ups, tipping, etc... There is SO much that will be expanded, over time,...
I believe the play here is very much what BMW does with it's Designworks group:   http://designworksusa.com/design/   Essentially, they contract concept and design services with all sorts of business in different sectors (see the link), but don't actually manufacture anything (other than things in their own BMW and Mini lines)   Apple likely considers themselves a design business more than anything else (not to be dismissive of their insane skills in engineering,...
Still no 4k video...Canon, you've protected your flagship long enough, time to trickle down and unlock this.
According to Forbes, Apple has 7 of the top 10 US Banks already signed up, including the top 4 (Chase, Bank of America, Citi, and Wells Fargo) who's combined assets dwarf the three not yet involved (#5 BNY Mellon, #6 US Bancorp, and #7 HSBC) Others on the top ten that support Apple Pay are #8 PNC, #9 Capital One, and #10 TD Bank. So not bad...
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