The direction Apple is moving is exactly opposite of the vision of "one-device-to-carry" and towards a "many-things-to-manage" parasitic approach. Even apart from the questionable aesthetics I have a difficult time envisioning the masses embracing the idea of having to purchase and keep another device charged, updated and secured for so little utility. I'd hold the same view even Apple's smartwatch had an Intel SoC because its flaws are at the user-experience level.
While the $1,000 Intel-based bracelet will likely prove to be too costly to go mainstream at least its a standalone device and that's all the owner needs to carry. Plus, a standalone device can be redesigned to serve a wide range of applications and markets where aesthetics and price are less of an issue than the consumer market.
But Apple's parasitic multi-device dependency doesn't bring simplicity to one's life at all. It complicates one's life with more devices to carry & manage for so little benefit.
Score a big one for Intel's wearable strategy. Their product concept has a more promising future.
No, they are technical terms. Quite useful, on daily charts as well as on intraday charts. twice today, the SQQQ hit oversold at 35.63, each buy there produced a quick .30 a share
Let the alias clown spew his BS, nobody cares or listens anyway LOL.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Maybe the market was overbought, or undersold, or maybe oversold, or underbought. All garbage terms. They all assume that some price/earnings ratio is the 'correct' one. BS.
OMG, it's a correction! Like the markets were incorrect and now they need correcting. Bad, bad market. You are going to be corrected. Whatever the Hell that means.
But not much else.
I can't get excited about the Apple Watch. Biggest problem: You have to have an iPhone for it to work. Doesn't that defeat the entire purpose? Someone is going to exercise with a phone and a watch? Don't think so.
So, it's mainly a piece of eye candy for the affluent Apple fanboi set. And we don't even iknow when it will ishowup. Sometime in i2015. And no one would talk about ibattery life.
So, like the "Newton" cookies, Apple now has phones in every size. What will they do next on the incremental front? Maybe in 2-3 years ARM will have their first FinFET processor.
I thought the pricing was reasonable. That will help.
I still miss Steve Jobs.
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Apple will eat sheet before going with Intel - so what
Prospects remain stellar for TSMC in the battle to secure chip orders from Apple, said Lu. It is likely that TSMC will take advantage of its continued relationship with the iPhone maker and take the year's time to ready its 16-nanometer fabrication technology in time for Apple's 2016 handset release.
By 10:30 tomorrow there won't be any buyers left, just MMs walking the market down to crash levels we haven't seen in 6 years.
marco the genius : - ) IT'S DA CORRECTION DUDES! I WARNED YAZ, REMEMBER?
A.E. problem was he had to crank out blurb after blurb to make a living....
quality does not pay - quantity of articles does (short term)
good riddance - A.E. was stupid enough to believe Nenni - and just like Nenni he does not understand capex/the manufacturing aspect
I am no fan of Russ either - I don't need him - I can stand my own ground opposite to suckers like you - and for sure I know how to invest in chip equipment.
Intel is a buy and hold - and unless hell freezes - I will hold on until 450mm hits the road