You are a buffoon. Apple increased the deferral percentages on all hardware two quarters ago which means they don't need to show the revenue now to meet numbers. That is a very bullish sign.
Not a SINGLE point you have made is valid. Not one. Speaking as a 1%er, I can tell you conclusively that you have absolutely no idea what you are talking about.
Apple is WAY ahead of them in development. Also, Apple had much more scale than either Samsung or LG in the high-end of the market. So, Apple will kill both of them with economies of scale. Samsung's margins are already so thin they have to watch every penny or they will be unprofitable like every other Android OEM.
It will go much higher that 625 if the watch is unveiled at WWDC. It will probably be there without the watch.
600 in the rear view mirror and 700 coming into sights.
The only thing that's disastrous is that you think "a" and "nother" are two different words.
You are a joke and don't know your #$%$ from first base. Android is a distinct disadvantage with OS upgrades. More than 70% of people with android devices are stuck on an OS that's two generations old or older. And, they have no ability to upgrade without buying a new device as the OEM or the carrier won't supper the upgrade. Almost all iOS devices are upgraded to Apples now iOS within month of it release.
Um, you need to start reading more. Todays report showed that 53% OF ALL MOBILE TRAFFIC in the United States were in iOS devices and ALL android devices COMBINED took a distant second. The same thing is happening in Japan and elsewhere.
I like your confidence, but I don't think the market ever gives Apple an 18 p/e again. I would be happy with a 16 p/e on 20% earnings growth.
The U.S and its people are infinitely more productive than any major industrialized country's economy. So, it would figure that the more productive per GDP, the more carbon per GDP.
Burning cash, LMFAO!!!! They are a positive cash machine. They have over 40 billion of positive cash flow a year. What an idiot.