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  • Problems with new casing colors have pushed back the iPhone 5S (AAPL -2.2%) launch to calendar Q3 from June, writes Peter Misek in his gloomy note. Misek also expects a cheaper, plastic-bodied iPhone that's otherwise similar to the iPhone 5 (Apple's design philosophy makes this questionable), and believes Sharp's light/low-power IGZO displays will be used in the 5th-gen iPad (more believable). He now predicts an iTV won't arrive this year due to challenges in making "a display that looks like 4K/Ultra HD but without the super-premium cost" - BI observes Misek's iTV forecasts haven't been too accurate[View news story]
    Would it be possible to have one day of good news? Or how about no news.....I'll take that.
    Mar 12 07:33 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • "Apple (AAPL -2.1%) is leaning toward additional dividends or a share buyback program," Quartz reports. Sources claim an announcement could arrive in spring, possibly at the same time as a product announcement. Between Apple's remarks and David Einhorn's campaign, many of the Street have been expecting a move. [View news story]
    It was cheap when I bought it at $521. It will be even cheaper when it reaches $350.00 after next earnings release. The marketing of this company has gone from outstanding to deplorable. Samsung absolutely killed Apple with it's marketing. Apple came back with some incredibly lame commercials showing minor features on its phone. Everyone is just hoping that some secret product or feature is out there while shareholders are left hanging in the wind while analysts convince the world that Apple is done......and maybe it is judging by Apple's non response to everything. When was the last time Tim Cook opened his mouth and the stock went up?
    Mar 12 04:39 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Google (GOOG) paid Apple (AAPL) $701M in traffic acquisition costs last year in exchange for being the default search engine on iOS, estimates Morgan Stanley's Scott Devitt. He sees that figure rising to $877M this year and $1.1B in 2014. With Microsoft (MSFT) reportedly raising its offer for making Bing the default iOS engine, Devitt believes Google is now providing Apple with a 75% revenue cut. Those numbers drive home Android's importance to Google's future. (previous[View news story]
    Good News fellow shareholders. Tim Cook not scheduled to speak tommorow.
    Feb 12 04:57 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Key Earnings Reports Highlight Concerns About Oil Services Sector Were Overblown [View article]
    HAL gets one good day from a good earnings report then heads back down. Hard to understand.
    Apr 20 02:27 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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