GoPro down 6% after Apple camera patent published


Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) has been granted a patent (application filed in 2012) for a sports camera system that can be controlled using a phone or watch.

The camera can be mounted on/secured to various devices, such as a bike helmet, motorcycle handlebar, or surfboard. It would also feature a "mounted mode" that adjusts for vibrations.

Volatile GoPro (NASDAQ:GPRO) has sold off hard following the patent's publication. Dougherty, however, suggests taking the news in stride. "For starters, we note that Apple patents many, many inventions and some small percentage tend to see the light of day as an actual product. More than anything, we see a scenario in which Apple will want to have a way for users to record from their iPhones and iPads remotely using the Apple Watch as a remote."

GoPro's mobile apps support remote camera control. The company's product line also includes its $80 Wi-Fi-based Smart Remote.

Update (1:24PM ET): GoPro is now down 10%.

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  • carlomiami
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    Even if Apple decided to take this camera into production goPro is years ahead of them and it will be very difficult for Apple to catch up, just like Sony has not been able to do so in the past three years
    13 Jan 2015, 12:14 PM Reply Like
  • iOS7 needs to revolutinize
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    Then why is GoPro down 6%?
    13 Jan 2015, 12:40 PM Reply Like
  • sjm6669
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    We all new it was a matter of time before GoPro faced real competition so its been a great ride and take some money off the table with a smile. Apple can come up with a better camera and platform in no time, long Apple
    13 Jan 2015, 01:18 PM Reply Like
  • Transcripts&10-K's
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    "We all new it was a matter of time before GoPro faced real competition so its been a great ride and take some money off the table with a smile."

     

    I don't think the people who bought three months ago (down more than 30%) are smiling...
    13 Jan 2015, 01:23 PM Reply Like
  • musicmaker
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    You gonna be able to pay the rent this month Carlo? Ouch!
    13 Jan 2015, 01:55 PM Reply Like
  • Hoang6
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    Oh, c'mon, there are not many secrets inside those cameras!
    13 Jan 2015, 02:08 PM Reply Like
  • hungryhippo
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    All it takes is a superior product with a good price point.
    13 Jan 2015, 02:27 PM Reply Like
  • Invest84
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    They don't deserve to be smiling - GPRO had no business being at that valuation.
    13 Jan 2015, 02:28 PM Reply Like
  • ARG1
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    Is GPRO is a non diversifies company and this is what happens.
    13 Jan 2015, 03:20 PM Reply Like
  • colourtheory
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    Because it doesn't have a big "apple-with-a-bite" light-up logo on it.
    14 Jan 2015, 12:06 AM Reply Like
  • ArnieW
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    The  logo means years of reputation. GPRO in addition to being non-diversified has built a good reputation but it may not be enough if  comes out with an action camera.

     

    An Action camera will be worn on every ski slope in the world, if it's good.
    14 Jan 2015, 07:47 AM Reply Like
  • Karl Kimball
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    >>goPro is years ahead of them

     

    What if apple used Ambrella tech....then where is GPRO?

     

    Help me understand, what did GPRO do that was innovative? Oh yeah, its a media play
    13 Jan 2015, 12:43 PM Reply Like
  • BillBrown
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    Tough to rest easy owning GPRO knowing how volatile it is as a momentum stock.

     

    Yes, ultimately, this is marginalized by the relentless push to incorporate its value into other form factors, with Apple being an obvious and inevitable competitor. What that means for GoPro in the next 24 months is probably "not much". But for investors, it's going to be white-knuckle ups and downs, as this-and-that blog or analyst utters all manner of scenarios, real or imagined.

     

    I'm not a day-trader, and can't relentlessly watch this stock -- which is what's required to make money on it. Its certainly not a buy and forget about it equity though ...
    13 Jan 2015, 12:43 PM Reply Like
  • carlomiami
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    Panic selling
    13 Jan 2015, 12:49 PM Reply Like
  • carlomiami
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    This too shall pass
    13 Jan 2015, 12:49 PM Reply Like
  • Andreas Hopf
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    GoPro = GoBroke

     

    If Apple then licenses Nokia AT's supreme image stabilisation technology and goes to bed with Ambarella, good night GoPro, the famous "media company". Good if you own puts.
    13 Jan 2015, 01:01 PM Reply Like
  • Joe Albano
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    So let's actually look at what Apple is suggesting here in the patent. From the source linked above:

     

    "Apple's invention could directly move into GoPro's territory as the patent specifically mentions the weaknesses of the GoPro devices. Specifically, the patent notes that the new camera system could be secured to various objects, such as a bike helmet or scuba mask, or mounted to the handlebars of a motorcycle or the front of a surfboard."

     

    Wait so it's capable of being attached to a bike or a surf board?! No way. Huh, you say GoPro has been doing that for 7 years or so? Oh...well nevermind. Seems like Apple hasn't really innovated anything (par for the Apple course lately).

     

    "The new camera system also notes that an iPhone (smartphone) could be used under water to take pictures and record sounds in a water environment. Waterproofing is a given."

     

    Wait wait, waterproof and can record underwater? GoPro did that too, already? Oh. Well nevermind.

     

    It seems the only "innovative" thing, if you can call it that, is this:

     

    "It is also known to provide a video camera having two lenses pointing in perpendicular directions, as described in U.S. Pat. No. 6,288,742 to Ansari et al., entitled "Video Camera Including Multiple Image Sensors." This patent describes a digital motion camera useful in teleconferencing which includes two lenses and two image sensors."

     

    And has nothing to do with sports cameras at all but rather teleconferencing.

     

    Sorry this is simply sell the rumor, buy the fact.
    13 Jan 2015, 01:09 PM Reply Like
  • Joe Albano
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    Let's not forget that the source actually talks about the HERO2:

     

    "It is known to provide rugged digital capture devices that can be secured to various objects, such as a bike helmet or scuba mask, or mounted to the handlebars of a motorcycle or the front of a surfboard. For example, the GoPro HD Hero2 digital cameras, sold by GoPro Inc, Half Moon Bay, Calif. are sold as part of an "Outdoor edition" package which includes various straps, pivot arms, and adhesive mounts to enable the digital camera to capture images while performing activities such as biking, skiing, skating and kayaking."

     

    Sorry we're on the HERO4.
    13 Jan 2015, 01:12 PM Reply Like
  • johnnyBuz
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    I guess you missed the part mentioning the patent was filed in 2012.
    13 Jan 2015, 01:48 PM Reply Like
  • Joe Albano
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    I didn't miss it. It just means then the technology is clearly 2012...not to mention the things it outlines as being "weak" for GoPro are the exact same things the patent looks to do.
    13 Jan 2015, 01:51 PM Reply Like
  • KevinP85
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    Joe. Gopro is not a software company and definitely not a media company! Gopro is a simple hardware company. The realization of their core product turning into a commodity (with the thin margins that commodities receive) was a factual given.
    This, my friend, is a "sell the rumor, sell the fact" scenario. Lower sales margins ALWAYS equal lower stock prices. Newton's laws of gravity are gonna clobber Gopro's stock price. Plus, Google and others can easily be waiting in the weeds too
    13 Jan 2015, 02:08 PM Reply Like
  • Andreas Hopf
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    GoPro = one hit wonder

     

    And now, the weather for Wednesday...
    13 Jan 2015, 03:03 PM Reply Like
  • Derekz
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    haha word I didn't notice that they refer to the HERO2.
    13 Jan 2015, 09:09 PM Reply Like
  • ronfab1
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    Kevin
    " Gopro is not a software company and definitely not a media company! Gopro is a simple hardware company. The realization of their core product turning into a commodity (with the thin margins that commodities receive) was a factual given."

     

    This statement is a lie on 2 counts, you know it and yet you keep spamming it through all GoPro related news and articles.

     

    They have many software positions and are recruiting more .....go see Careers page. One of their stated goals is improving significantly the ease of editing a GoPro user's footage. That is software, Kevin. Not hardware.

     

    A very successful and watched programming presence from a deal with Microsoft's s.o.t.a. Xbox gaming consoles is Media, Kevin.

     

    A first deal with an airlines corporation in Virgin America to provide a GoPro channel for in air entertainment is Media, Kevin.

     

    A humongous user and own internal GoPro Original Productions FOOTAGE LIBRARY from which they are hard at work finding and "curating" the best of it and licensing for its usage after having been edited and soundtracks added. The best of it is "compelling". This area is all about Media, Kevin.

     

    One of these sorts of very desired deals was just announced and reported at C.E.S. last week with their licensing win with LG Electronics, a very large player in the large screen TV industry. This is another Media deal, Kevin.

     

    And just their sheer volume of content being shared on youTube and else ware is about Media because it is A/V production, Kevin........ whether or not ALL of it is compelling. But it's the best of the best programming that is what they are all about on the Media side, Kevin.

     

    I think going forward I may just copy/paste this every time you copy/paste your "purposeful" lies about GoPro and Media. Did someone connected to the company run over a cat of yours or something?
    14 Jan 2015, 02:38 PM Reply Like
  • ronfab1
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    Andreas Hopf
    "GoPro = one hit wonder" LOL no you are confusing that phrase for your own, "GoPro = GoBroke" ever so funny phrase you are still repeating after like 3 or 4 months..... and not just here. It has popped up multiple times in the Apple threads. At least for awhile you were putting it out with the "honest" caveat, "at these prices". At some point for people successfully entering OR price averaging as INVESTORS the price "will" be right. So the caveat until that point is needed. Everyone's trying to figure out what that is. And you're guessing incorrectly if you don't appreciate or acknowledge the REST of what they are about. You can't just look at the company as being in total about a small camera. And do it intelligently. Especially as an analyst or "contributor".

     

    Why don't you take every one of my bullet points below in response to Kevin's continued nonsense, and make an "intelligent" case for why any one of them is not a verifiable fact. Be my guest. You've already ignored the 2nd "hardware" category just announced in DRONES. So even "one hit wonder" is a FAIL in the hardware category. And totally ignores all of their stated and performance indicated OTHER irons in the fire with Software and Media.
    14 Jan 2015, 03:49 PM Reply Like
  • noobie107
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    GoPros are a fad, the twitchyness of the stock shows that.
    13 Jan 2015, 01:33 PM Reply Like
  • robiniv
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    Could the last point mean gopro has to pay apple now to use their remote camera control.
    13 Jan 2015, 01:41 PM Reply Like
  • robiniv
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    My 17/4 puts who have been very frustrating to hold so far, are king of my portfolio today. Wonder if downtrend will continue to the company's real value
    13 Jan 2015, 01:45 PM Reply Like
  • lzl1007
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    king today, but not tomorrow. it's oversold on panic...Am sure go pro won't sit on its laurel, and wait for apple eats its lunch. Finally I had a chance to enter and buy the stock, today.
    13 Jan 2015, 02:45 PM Reply Like
  • Hoang6
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    Hahaha, when Apple speaks, everybody listen!
    13 Jan 2015, 02:04 PM Reply Like
  • Spencer Knight
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    GoPro needs to start trying to sell themselves to Apple before it goes broke.
    13 Jan 2015, 02:14 PM Reply Like
  • diaboliqueguan
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    Or when they go broke, then AAPL buys in?
    13 Jan 2015, 03:12 PM Reply Like
  • Invest84
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    Momentum works until it doesn't. This stock should have never been more than $50 per share. Ridiculous valuation and minimal barriers to entry.
    13 Jan 2015, 02:21 PM Reply Like
  • liquidschwartz
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    I love all the armchair pundits who analyze the world from behind their desk. Real world investors observe, and are actually in touch, with what's groundbreaking in the world. GoPro has an inspired loyal following on a RedBull like trajectory, with a niche recognizion similar to Kleenex or Harley Davidson. What did GoPro do that's so innovative? They invented the niche and brought perspective previously only enjoyed by a small % of people to the masses..... the product inspires people, and you hear that passion when customers talk about the endless possibilities they plan to explore with a GoPro. Go to any ski resort, surf competition, motorcrross arena, mountain bike event, skydiving drop zone, etc...you see GoPro stickers on the gear of their passion hobbies. You will never see a Sony sticker on Kelly Slaters board, or an Apple sticker on Tanner Hall's helmet while he's winning Gold at X-Games. Competition is always a consideration, but competition has been there and GoPro only continue to increase market share. No kid wants an "action sports camera"....they want a "GoPro". It's an extremely rare & difficult phenomenon for any consumer brand to achieve, and GoPro is not going anywhere.
    13 Jan 2015, 02:31 PM Reply Like
  • Andreas Hopf
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    "I love all the armchair pundits who analyze the world from behind their desk."

     

    And you are standing upright, in front of the desk?

     

    Good luck catching a falling knife. You'll need kevlar gloves.
    13 Jan 2015, 03:08 PM Reply Like
  • liquidschwartz
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    Sometimes you need to get out from behind a desk to analyze the world. Real world investors observe, and are actually in touch, with what's groundbreaking in the world. GoPro has an inspired loyal following on a RedBull like trajectory, with a niche recognizion similar to Kleenex or Harley Davidson. What did GoPro do that's so innovative? They invented the niche and brought perspective previously only enjoyed by a small % of people to the masses..... the product inspires people, and you hear that passion when customers talk about the endless possibilities they plan to explore with a GoPro. Go to any ski resort, surf competition, motorcrross arena, mountain bike event, skydiving drop zone, etc...you see GoPro stickers on the gear of their passion hobbies. You will never see a Sony sticker on Kelly Slaters board, or an Apple sticker on Tanner Hall's helmet while he's winning Gold at X-Games. Competition is always a consideration, but competition has been there and GoPro only continues to increase market share. No kid wants an "action sports camera"....they want a "GoPro". It's an extremely rare & difficult phenomenon for any consumer brand to achieve. GoPro is not going anywhere.
    13 Jan 2015, 02:32 PM Reply Like
  • lzl1007
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    Expect gpro to recover some loss today soon. Quote from newswire below

     

    "For starters, we note that Apple(AAPL) patents many, many inventions and some small percentage tend to see the light of day as an actual product. More than anything, we see a scenario in which Apple(AAPL) will want to have a way for users to record from their iPhones and iPads remotely using the Apple Watch as a remote. This is a good patent for that."
    13 Jan 2015, 02:58 PM Reply Like
  • Michael Waldman
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    Uh-huh ... but then you need to get back behind the desk and figure out if it's actually worth $10B or $5B or $1B.
    13 Jan 2015, 04:34 PM Reply Like
  • bazooooka
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    Liquid,

     

    Apple was not first in mp3 players or smartphones or tablets; but look what happened to once prominent names.
    13 Jan 2015, 05:29 PM Reply Like
  • dvskelton7535
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    Keep the GoPro Stickers just add an I to it
    13 Jan 2015, 09:13 PM Reply Like
  • itsalljustnumbers
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    "no kid wants an 'action sports camera'..."...unless it's called iCam...
    14 Jan 2015, 04:39 PM Reply Like
  • Chris DeMuth Jr.
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    GoPro's CEO Is Stoked... But Selling Update: http://seekingalpha.co...
    13 Jan 2015, 02:49 PM Reply Like
  • Ashraf Eassa
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    Apple filing a mere PATENT tanks this stock 10%?!

     

    --AE
    13 Jan 2015, 03:41 PM Reply Like
  • lzl1007
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    people do crazy things, that's why over 50% the hedge fund don't make money !
    13 Jan 2015, 03:47 PM Reply Like
  • carlomiami
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    Purchased more GPRO today
    13 Jan 2015, 03:54 PM Reply Like
  • carlomiami
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    lzl107, we bough a large block today for a trade , this is the same as last sell off and then you can make some 7 to 10 on the rebound
    13 Jan 2015, 03:59 PM Reply Like
  • lzl1007
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    Carlo, good move on your part. we also bought today. irrational behavior are not only seen in stock markets, in other parts of our lives too. apple patent is just a trigger to act madly.
    13 Jan 2015, 04:05 PM Reply Like
  • constantien
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    Personally, I think that the lockup expiration shares are weighing down this stock as much as anything. The runup in the in days immediately prior to the expiration seemed a ploy by some large players to fool people into thinking that everything had been priced in already, regarding the expiration. This thing is now feeling the force of a massive increase in tradable float and any negative news will absolutely exacerbate the thrashing. My guess is that the stock will overcorrect massively and their may be a buying opportunity at some point in the medium term future... but at a dramatically lower price.
    13 Jan 2015, 04:51 PM Reply Like
  • ronfab1
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    Wonder who leaked news of the patent now that has been on file for 2-3 years? I strongly disagree with Kevin above, though, about the media aspect of their plans, as he continues to not acknowledge what they have already landed.... Xbox, Virgin American Airlines, LG Electronics and their untested huge sharing following already in play on youTube and other sites. And to me that is GoPro's bigger strategic advantage that should be exploited as soon as possible. Sony and Apple are at square one, not even started in that regard with huge, passionate action camera customer base and existing, robust sharing experience in place.

     

    However being a big Apple believer with 34% of my portfolio it of course gets my attention. I've been in and out of GoPro since the IPO but feeling fairly comfortable with latest modest amount of shares averaged at $60.50. Planning to buy more as it dips lower. This news though will probably weigh on them until more big announcements on Media side if there's more coming. So I am out again save for only a few shares. Down $200+ only on the transaction and will use for another company I have right now with low price and serious potential upside. Out of places to pull funds from right now so this helps.

     

    Wind resistance? I've kind of been wondering about that if maybe for next models along with whatever other improvements, if they might come with more of a streamlined outer water proof shell. Like truckers did years ago with the sloped wind foils in front of their big square faced trailers. Even change the camera shape a bit. The tiny profile in the first place is not creating a whole lot of drag.
    13 Jan 2015, 05:16 PM Reply Like
  • ronfab1
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    Hold on everybody. If this link posted in a comment in one of the other GoPro is "toast" articles coming out today ......to Apple Insider is the "correct" story, then all of this hysteria has been for nothing and one has to wonder who is responsible. Old flat camera Kodak patent??

     

    http://bit.ly/1xYcHgw
    13 Jan 2015, 09:15 PM Reply Like
  • Joe Albano
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    Like I said sell the rumor...

     

    Shoot first ask questions later. All for nothing.
    14 Jan 2015, 08:47 AM Reply Like
  • ArnieW
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    I always thought Apple could make a better action mounted camera to compete with Go pro. I bet it could be smaller and better, and integrated within the Apple ecosystem...
    13 Jan 2015, 10:32 PM Reply Like
  • tawse57
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    What date wil GPRO be releasing its last quarterly figures - anyone know?

     

    Seems to me that it would be an easier option for Apple to buy GPRO sometime in the future.
    14 Jan 2015, 06:07 AM Reply Like
  • lolo70
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    7th February.
    16 Jan 2015, 02:02 AM Reply Like
  • ArnieW
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    I would not count GPRO out yet, since they still have a good name and popular product. They also have first mover status.

     

    However, the product, an integrated action camera, is not complex enough and patent protected sufficiently to prevent competitors to develop a better product since many have the knowledge and resources to compete in this category such as Apple, Samsung, Sony.
    14 Jan 2015, 08:04 AM Reply Like
  • Mikey1234
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    Great, Apple takes another invention that is ALREADY IN PLACE, calls it their own, and patents it. The patent system in this country needs serious reform!
    14 Jan 2015, 01:39 PM Reply Like
  • ArnieW
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    That's so true, but I think Apple's patent was applied for a couple of years ago. Frequently Apple never uses a patent.
    14 Jan 2015, 03:40 PM Reply Like
  • lzl1007
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    True. People made assumption that Apple patent would hurt Gopro began panic selling. Of course Shorts happily spread the gas on the fire to benefit themselves. But today GoPro announced 2 partnerships, one of which is :

     

    "Marriott Hotels Invites Guests to Travel Brilliantly with GoProMarriott Hotels in the Caribbean & Latin America offer complimentary GoPro HERO4 cameras for guests to use during stay and share their experiences"
    14 Jan 2015, 03:48 PM Reply Like
  • ronfab1
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    "Marriott Hotels Invites Guests to Travel Brilliantly with GoProMarriott Hotels in the Caribbean & Latin America offer complimentary GoPro HERO4 cameras for guests to use during stay and share their experiences"

     

    No no no no..... come on IzI1007, be real! Who are you going to believe, all the (for some odd reason) (hating) low hanging fruit, joke making "camera on a stick" types posting in most EVERY GoPro thread........ or your own current events reading, "lying eyes" ?

     

    BTW, what was the 2nd "partnership" you saw being written about today, and do you have links you could kindly share for these?
    14 Jan 2015, 06:14 PM Reply Like
  • lzl1007
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    Ronfab1, I copy paste the paragraph of the news from my broker yesterday afternoon.There is another on in the AM yesterday.
    You know how to get to SA, google yourself to find out.
    15 Jan 2015, 09:05 AM Reply Like
  • ronfab1
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    IzI1007
    I'm sorry I think you misunderstood my sarcasm was directed at others, NOT YOU. You found new current events regarding Media and SHARED them. As opposed to dropping into every thread that so many do, just to slam the company.

     

    Old joke about "Who you going to believe (my fabricated story) or your Lyin' Eyes? When caught in the act.
    15 Jan 2015, 12:39 PM Reply Like
  • lzl1007
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    ronfab1,
    Thanks for clarifying!

     

    I did see one yesterday morning about the partnership and another one in the PM that I pasted on SA.

     

    There is an article from Zack today talking about both partnership too: 1) with Vislink (UK communication services provider), 2) with Marriott.

     

    IF you are in Yahoo finance and under gpro ticker you can find the article now. Hope that's helpful.
    15 Jan 2015, 01:06 PM Reply Like
  • lolo70
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    A few months (I think October last year) ago Apple reached out to a friend of mine with a job offer for camera system related software engineering. When I read the offering my initial though at this time was that "Apple is developing some kind of camera device comparable with action cameras". The patent could confirm this, but I can also be totally wrong.
    16 Jan 2015, 02:03 AM Reply Like
  • Ashraf Eassa
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    Or, you know, it could be for the camera(s) on the iPhone/iPad :)

     

    --AE
    16 Jan 2015, 06:31 PM Reply Like
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