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  • leftie_the_sockpuppet leftie_the_sockpuppet Jan 23, 2013 9:48 PM Flag

    700,000 Cannibals

    "iMac sales were Down by 700,000 units year over year," Apple's CEO Cook said.

    He blamed the slip on a weak market, and the Cannibalization of iMac's sales

    by Apple's iPad products.



    My my my.

    Doesn't nvidia sell graphics parts for the Apple iMac?

    They sure do.

    Well, maybe not so much any more.

    Since the Genuine Apple iPad -- in which there are Zero nvidia parts --

    is now eating the iMac's lunch.

    Munch munch munch.


    Only the best and most fittest survive, boys.



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    • "iMac sales were Down by 700,000 units year over year," Apple's CEO Cook said.

      He blamed the slip on a weak market, and the Cannibalization of iMac's sales

      by Apple's iPad products.



      So Best?


      If the Cannibal = The Genuine Apple iPad

      then,

      the Cannibalee = the maker of the GPU parts for the iMac, right?

      I thought so.



    • What was said was,


      "iMac sales were Down by 700,000 units year over year", Apple's CEO Cook said.

      He blamed the slip on a weak market, and the Cannibalization of iMac's sales

      by Apple's iPad products."


      I bet we hear Jen whine about the same thing too.

      At his upcoming 4Q confessional.

      "Nvidia's sales of iMac parts Plummeted because folks are buying the Apple iPad instead.

      And we don't make any parts for the Genuine Apple iPad."



    • You pathetic ugly short midgets all work for me. Now, drag NVDA's share price down, down down, cuz I'll be buying 'em on the cheap. Now, back to work, muzzoballs. Hahaha

      Sentiment: Buy

    • So Best?


      Since Apple's CEO Timothy Cook let the cat-out-of-the-bag regarding

      nvidia's Plunging GPU sales for the Apple iMac, maybe Jen should, well,

      take a stab at chopping his guidance again.

      'Cause surely the Street will do it, with or without Jen's "guidance".



    • • iMacs were down by 700,000 units year over year.

      • The Mac took a Major Hit in the holiday quarter, with sales dropping... 22 percent.

      • Cook blamed the slip on a weak market, and the Cannibalization of iMac's sales
      by Apple's iPad products.




      Who could have ever imagined, right?

      That nvidia's best, most stable, core business -- selling graphics parts

      for the Genuine Apple iMac -- would ever plummet off the flat side of the earth,

      and into the krapper.

      Due to iMac sales being cannibalized by the Genuine Apple iPad tablet.



      "If the Apple iMac has caught a cold,

      it's time to call the undertaker for iMac parts supplier nvidia."



    • • The Mac took a Major Hit in the holiday quarter, with sales dropping... 22 percent.


      Jeepers Best,


      If the Apple iMac has caught a cold,

      it's time to call the undertaker for iMac parts supplier nvidia.


      Tissues all around, boys.

      For nvidia's cadaverous 4Q.



    • Sorry.

      j7777kxx is posting FUD.

      Again.

      Here, you can read and re-read the Apple conference call yourself.

      As Best has done.

      Google this : Notes of interest from Apple's Q1 2013 conference call AppleInsider



      • iMacs were down by 700,000 units year over year.

      • The Mac took a major hit in the holiday quarter, with sales dropping... 22 percent.



      Sorry about your Plunging sales of graphics parts for the iMac, boys.

      Looks like, and I quote, "a Major Hit."



    • Hi Bestie....As usual you are fibbing. What was said was no sales on the old IMAC with AMD chips and display screen problems with the new IMAC which have been resolve. Note: Apple's quarter ended Dec 31. Nvidia's Jan 31st.

      Bye bye.
      Ignore

      Sentiment: Buy

 
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