They were saying the market was saturated a year ago. I don't see how they can stop apple from attaining a trillion dollar market cap.
Stop being simple minded and be serious about the market. It is childish and not representative of your family name to be a smack on a message board.
It's just stunning how things have changed. 20% of the world's smartphones and 93% of the profits. I'm buying Polynesian real estate in Disney World.
Think about the opportunity that presents to anyone with anything to sell to be able to access this most coveted line to hundreds of millions of consumers. Ask JetBlue the most recent to cut a deal.
Don't think apple is working on a car though??????
It's will happen sooner or later. Then we'll be taking about 130.
AAPL's smartphones accounted for 93% of the profits this last qtr. That's why anything this imbecile says should be discarded.
Good news for diabetics.
That's some tier
Millions of men are being inundated with messages from people they either can't respond to because of where they are or choose not to because the message does not require immediate attention. The watch has an answer to all of the above. A simple tap on the wrist and one can discreetly choose to respond or not without anyone noticing. Men will love the watch. Men will love the fitness feature of tracking steps, running, heart rate, pulse, while working out or just trying to be more active during the day. Once men see their fav athlete, movie star, fashion icon sporting the watch they too will want one.
You know who you are. Stay in the baby pool. Post after post guaranteeing margin erosion. I know contingent on, depending upon, only if this happens, yada yada yada.
There is something seriously wrong with you Nancy Drew. I keep hundreds of thousands of dry powder in my Ameritrade all the time. Did you really think I had to physically have the money posted to make another transaction? I CAN ONLY SHAKE MY HEAD. The depth of your psychosis is staggering.
Everybody seems to know what the greatest company in history has in store with the watch, Never mind few have seen it worn it touched it or understand what it can do. They made projections on how many will be sold and how limited it will be because you need your phone to really operate it. They take polls and ask similarly ignorant people if they want a watch. What's missing here folks? The watch is no more a timepiece then the iPhone is a phone. Hint hint.
It's a computer on your wrist. A computer on your wrist. Information at your fingertips. Not only that it's got style, panache, curb appeal, uniqueness, utility up the ying yang and does it all with a small movement of the wrist and a quick glance from an eye. It does it all within a unique ecosystem connected to a number of other beautiful devices. It does it with a waiting list of developers willing and able to make it the swiss army knife of wearables. Oh and there's that wearable thing. The first one that makes sense, the first one that has captured the imagination of the world, the only one that has 10% of millions saying they want it without ever seeing it in person or trying it on.
Yet so many know it will be a flop, it can't move the revenue needle, it's limited in scope, it costs too much money and people don't wear watches any more.
Well watch the next 5 weeks and file what happens for future reference and you'll never wonder why 98% of stock pickers don't beat the S&P 500 in performance.