Notwithstanding the fact that Apple cut its 1Q 2019 revenue forecasts and announced that they saw “fewer iPhone upgrades” than anticipated, the company stated in a press release today that a new worldwide App Store spending record has been set over the holidays, with customers spent $1.22 billion between Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve, and $322 million on New Year’s Day 2019 alone, setting a new single-day record.
Apple Is Now Facing A Lot Of Problems And They Need Some Really Big Changes To Increase Their Sales, So We Hope For Some Big Changes. This Is All What iPhone Has To Change.
After yesterday’s Apple stock fiasco, it has left many investors, and consumers alike, claiming that the end of Apple is near if they don’t change up their business model. Some actually believe Apple is doomed, here’s why I don’t think that’s the case.
Earlier this afternoon, Apple halted trading of its AAPL stock, which sent it plunging 7%, or about $10 per share, during after-hours trading. This led to Apple CEO Tim Cook to issue a statement to investors. Here’s what we know.
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Japanese technology firm, Semiconductor Energy Laboratory, has claimed to have developed two 8K (7,680 by 4,320) 8-inch and 13.3-inch panels. This may be what Apple needs to be able to continually push the boundaries for future iPad, iPad Pro, and MacBook Pro models.
After being announced in 2017 alongside the iPhone X, AirPower promised to be a single charging mat capable of charging an iPhone, AirPods, and Apple Watch, simultaneously no matter where you place the device on the mat. Apple SVP Phil Schiller said that AirPower would be available sometime in 2018, it’s now 2019 and AirPower is still no-where to be found and relatively forgotten about by Apple. Here’s what we know.
Since the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced the world’s first iPhone in 2007, this year may be the first time that iPhone sales have experienced a serious slowdown. The Tech-giant has had to decrease the price of iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max globally through trade-in.