What's their excuse now?
I own galaxy S5 and I can tell you that my daily phone is iPhone 5s. I only bought the galaxy s5 because i need a secondary phone and thought i would try out the bigger phone. The galaxy s5 is too heavy and bulky for every day use. I think the 4.7" iPhone 6 would probably be the perfect size.
Iphone 5s is also faster/smoother. The apps are no comparison. They don't even have some of the apps I need, it's only on the ios. Even the apps that i do use is just a blown up version of the iOS app, taking absolutely no advantage of the larger screen. What's the point of having a bigger screen.
Someone save this post and throw it back into his face if there is no BIG DOWN DAY.
It will happen by the end of the year.
Mac sales also up.
It shows that there are still some forces keeping AAPL prices down.
It was only a matter of time. Another casualty of Apple's juggernaut.
Looking good so far. The average PE is 18 now.
Hmmm....so the stock was $75(post split price) on 3/19 when he trashed AAPL on CNBC. It's now $94.
Again, I say, BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.
Yep, the investors know samsung will get killed by apple.
I meant greater than $500 phones.
First of all, iPhone shares are UP in the states. It's only down when you include the whole world INCLUDING the third world countries where they can't afford iPhones so they end up buying cheap $50 androids(yes, even samsung makes those). So, saying the shares are down is VERY misleading and you're not seeing the true picture. If you just look at the $500 phones, I bet world share for the iPhones is actually increasing.
Now, to put it in another way, once the smartphones becomes saturated, the iPhone shares will stop declining and it will go UP. That's because the huge influx of new cheap android owners will stop when they all have the phones. The ONLY way android will gain marketshare is then to convert iPhones to android. That's just not possible because there's way more people converting from android to iPhone.
Sorry for your loss. You should cover now though, before you loss becomes infinite.
Well, all you have to do is to look at the previous dividend dates and see how it performed.
According to various court records and people who have worked with Samsung, ignoring competitors' patents is not uncommon for the Korean company. And once it's caught it launches into the same sort of tactics used in the Apple case: countersue, delay, lose, delay, appeal, and then, when defeat is approaching, settle. "They never met a patent they didn't think they might like to use, no matter who it belongs to," says Sam Baxter, a patent lawyer who once handled a case for Samsung. "I represented [the Swedish telecommunications company] Ericsson, and they couldn't lie if their lives depended on it, and I represented Samsung and they couldn't tell the truth if their lives depended on it." -- Vanity Fair: The Great Smartphone War.