• Apple's first 5G iPhone will reportedly arrive in 2020

    11 days ago - By BGR

    Apple's recent announcement that it would no longer disclose iPhone sales on a quarterly basis prompted some investors to question Apple's ability to increase sales of its iconic smartphone. The rationale behind this point of view is simple: if Apple was truly confident that iPhone sales were poised to increase, it would look forward to revealing those impressive sales figures.
    Without getting into the specifics behind Apple's decision, I think it's fair to say that iPhone sales have plenty of room for growth in the years ahead. Sure, consumers are holding onto their smartphones for longer...
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  • Apple To No Longer Report Device Sales and the Internet is Freaking Out

    Apple To No Longer Report Device Sales and the Internet is Freaking Out

    11 days ago - By iPad Insight

    Apple dropped a surprise bombshell during their Fourth Quarter Financial Call a few days ago, informing analysts that they will no longer report device sales or make sales projections. This is a major shift away from what people have come to expect from Apple, so it has caused a mini uproar among analysts, the tech press and Apple blogs.
    Some of this hand wringing is just to generate clicks, plain and simple. There are chicken littles who think Apple's sky is actually going to fall this time. There is always the “I told you so” crowd. Some of this backlash is just faux outrage. And as...
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