"Is Apple Making A Comeback? A Historical Perspective" article with this heading
published on Seeking Alpha on August 7,2013, by:
I KNOW FIRST RESEARCH
At publication day AAPL price was $464
today AAPL@557, +20% gain in the period
IMO it is still very beginning of AAPL road to the North in 2014
AAPL: The world's biggest company, that revolutionized the way we get music is making its biggest ever acquisition to keep itself relevant in that arena, while in the process completing an incredible story for one of the most famous artists of the last three decades.
There's nothing not interesting about that
An Edison Research survey of 2K Americans aged 12 and older found 8% claiming to use iTunes Radio. That figure is above Spotify's 6%, and nearly matches iHeartRadio's 9%. Pandora (P) still dominates with a 31% share.
Apple has ~600M iTunes accounts (most of which are linked to credit cards) to leverage for a payments initiative, as well as complementary technologies such as fingerprint sensors and the iBeacon positioning platform. Android support (something Apple is reportedly considering for iTunes) would do a lot to extend the service's reach in markets where Google's OS dominates.
sure is - only down 39 bux from november's high = any minute now - wait for it ...oops another small screen for the iphone 6 - timmi just cannot get it up no matter how many blowies you give him - big sad face for the iphone 6 with the jumbotron 4.7 inch screen, sapphire glass and all.
Apple SVP of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue reveals "iOS in the Car" partners at WWDC 2013
Sources tell the Financial Times that Apple will launch an "in-car operating system" at next week's Geneva Motor Show, with Ferrari, Volvo and Mercedes-Benz named as the initiative's first partners.
AAPL in European stock market advanced in early action on Friday, with investors taking a lead from a solid prior-day session in the U.S. after dovish comments from Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen. Later on Friday, attention turns to inflation data for the euro zone, which will be closely watched for any signs of the threat of deflation.
A German court has thrown out a #$%$1.57B ($2.15B) lawsuit that accused Apple of infringing two patents that allow mobile phones to make emergency calls even when networks are overloaded.