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Samsung was able to find 50,000 idiots to buy its watch. You can fool some people some of the time.
All the analysts and pundits are WRONG. CONSUMERS WANT MORE EXPENSIVE IPHONES, not cheaper ones. They definitely don't want junk-price iPhones. And the demand for EXPENSIVE IPHONES is off the charts.
Consumers have spoken. They want TO SPEND MORE ON APPLE IPHONES. They want more expensive iPhones, not cheaper iPhones.
Note that Apple already has a patent on the 3D Machine Vision technology used by Microsoft's XBox Kinect. Since Microsoft has a license to all of Apple's technology with the stipulation to not copy Apple, Microsoft and Apple are getting along. With this purchase, Apple further controls the 3D machine vision technology. It may thus use it in future products. Of course this acquisition will block Samsung's attempts to copy Apple.
Samsung ADMITS guilt. Hang Samsung, Jurors.
Apple's European Subsidiary is based in Ireland. The income taxes are owed to Ireland, not Italy, per European Union rules. The Italians are simply CRAZY. They even prosecute innocent women for murder when there is no proof. Probably Samsung paid the Italians off in order to do this raid.
There are only a few million people who buy luxury watches in the world. But they also are the wealthiest. The LUXURY watch market ALONE - lead by Rolex and Omega - is a $16 BILLION market. This is larger than the movie industry. And this is close to the size of the video game market. As a NICHE market, it is substantial. The leaders only have to sell a few thousand watches. And the buyers are those Apple is interested in - the affluent consumers. And if Apple were...
Gnusmas is a dangerous foe. Selling 100 Million high end phones is nothing to sneeze it - compared to 150 Million iPhones. Gnusmas is stuck, however, in the direction to go. They are trying to out-spec Apple as always but there are now significant roadblocks. 1. Gnusmas does not own its own viable Operating System. It has to depend on Google's timetable for developing Android. Since Android is 32-bit and will have difficulty converting to 64-bit, it is obvious why...
Tim Cook is kicking Icahn's butt. This is the best way to spend Apple's billions - to spend on the supply and manufacturing chain so that Apple can make even more billions. This is textbook Tim Cook.
I applaud seeing Apple spend on Research and Development. In fact, this is where Apple can smartly spend its billions in profit.
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