They will be busy taking down all the Mac products and accessories and removing them to make room for the new Apple TV and iWatch displays.
Also, in some stores the Genius Bar will be expanded to include a "SubGenius" section.
"Wearable devices are fast becoming the next key battleground for consumer electronics companies"
LMAO. The only people who believe this are the "All Things Digital" silicon valley posers who are so desperate to stay relevant with the "next big thing". Smartphone and tablets have quickly become commodity items like personal computers. That does not get many web hits. Only fan bois are desperate for gadgets like this that will end up in a box in their closet next...
Now Jack, he is a banker
And Jane, baby she is a clerk
And both of them save their money, honey
When they come home from work
Sittin' there by the fire
The radio does play the classical music there, kid
The march of the wooden soldiers
And you can, you can hear Jack say
You know he saying, "Sweet Jane
Ooh baby, Sweet Jane
Ah yes Sweet Jane...
Icahn does have some valid points. And the shareholders do own Apple.
But there is a difference in being an investor and a speculator. Wall Street used to be about investing in companies for long-term growth and investment returns, not making a quick buck on the movement of the stock price up or down.
I wonder if Icahn would be willing to accept a buyback plan that stipulates shareholders with a large stake in Apple to be required to hold their stock for one...
Wall Street Analysts and media people who attended the Apple event.... hmmm.
If you watched the streaming video feed of the show and saw the people in the audience it would just re-enforce the idea that those people are a bunch of d-bag posers. As in "All Things D-Bag".
And if you looked close you could have spotted the "Double D's" - those media types who have also tried to get rich off of writing stories and books about Steve Jobs.
They are not in any...