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Compared to Google and Amazon, Apple's share price gains are rather pathetic.  Apple had the smartphone market in the palm of their hands until Samsung and Google's Android simply stole it away.  Amazon's profits don't even come close to Apple's and Bezos still worked his magic to boost Amazon's share price. Considering Apple has close to $160 billion in reserve cash just sitting idle, I'd say a 39% rise since 2011 is rather pathetic.  Over that same period of time, Google...
For chrissakes, Wall Street is already certain that iPhone sales on China Mobile will be abysmal.  They're certain that Chinese consumers absolutely can't afford iPhones.  It's almost guaranteed Apple will miss iPhone sales expectations this quarter by a wide margin and it will drive the share price below $500.  Articles like these only give Apple shareholders false hopes that never materialize.  Apple has been trading down and sideways for almost six months as Tim Cook...
Apple has $160 billion in the bank and they can easily afford to give users 16GB of memory for less money.  As a shareholder I give them the OK.  If they're not going to return money to shareholders then they might as well give something to financially-handicapped iPhone users who don't have money to burn.  Whatever happened to Apple's supposedly enormous economies of scale?  Shouldn't that economies of scale also include memory?  Apple is gaining nothing worthwhile at all...
Why?  Say something that at least makes some sense.  The Caucasians have all the boardrooms locked up for themselves, so at least leave the sports arenas and fields to the minorities.  I'd say that's only fair as the corporations have most of the wealth in America.  Tim Cook is going to keep that $160 billion in his own pocket and he's making sure no minorities are ever going to get their hands on it. /s
More analysts pump and dump rhetoric about Apple.  However, every time earnings announcements come along, Apple misses its numbers and the share price collapses.  Tim Cook is deliberately trying to ruin Apple shareholders with his mystery product pipeline.  Nothing ever seems to materialize from it.  Apple will come out with a large display iPhone and they'll still continue to lose market share to Android.  Apple simply can't sell enough iPhones to satisfy investors.  Too...
You people really haven't been keeping track of Apple's share price, have you?  You need to realize that the stock market was on fire for all of 2013 and every tech stock on Wall Street was reaching new highs every other day.  Do you know what Apple did in 2013?  It sucked horribly.  It became the bottom feeder company of all tech stocks thanks to Tim Cook.  Tim Cook has doomed Apple to mediocrity.  No matter how many smartphones and iPads Apple sells or how much reserve...
This whole article seems rather silly saying how great Apple, iPhones and iOS is considering Google is said to be the future of the internet and everything else.  Compared to Google and Android, Apple is seen as a failing company.  Apple is definitely considered a doomed company with relatively low shareholder value based on continued loss of iPhone market share to Android.  Almost no one sees Apple as being able to sustain its profits and many claim Apple will be simply...
I can't quite see the point of having 44' tall sliding doors.  It just seem a bit excessive in height.  Are these doors automatic sliding doors that activate when someone approaches?  Which so much area, I would think the ambient temperature of the store would constantly be changing depending up the outside temperatures.  I could see if at least the store had inner and outer doors as a temperature buffer.  Whatever.  It seems like form over function but that's not for me...
The way I've heard it is that no Indians can afford iPhones and they only buy Android smartphones because they're so much cheaper when paying for unsubsidized models.  What do unsubsidized Android smartphones go for nowadays?  $100 or so and getting cheaper by the day.  All I ever hear is how Apple is going to go out of business when all carriers stop offering iPhone subsidies.
Apple simply needs to drop the price on the iPhone 5c.  If Apple were to drop the price to about $450 for an unlocked 32GB 5c, I'd get one to use as an alternative to the aging iPod Touch.  I'm sure the price will drop quite a bit when Apple introduces its next new model iPhone.  I guess most people don't see the purpose of the 5c.  It's based on an older model, still somewhat expensive and doesn't have an A7 processor or Touch ID.  Consumers might as well just spend a...
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