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  • Apple: Let's Not Get Ahead Of Ourselves [View article]
    Bill: very well said. I think people need to understand that the growth rates of Tesla, LinkedIn, etc. are and can be much higher than Apple's growth rate given the size of the companies.
    Jun 11, 2014. 11:13 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • iOS 8, HealthKit platform announced; iOS device sales top 800M [View news story]
    Home automation could be big but I don't want it and I see a lot of problems with glitches, hacking, etc. I can lock a door and turn off a light. The only way I see this being a positive is if you leave home for an extended period of time and forgot to lock up or turn off lights (which I imagine wouldn't happen very much, or ever, if you're responsible). Otherwise people are just lazy and it has the potential to create problems/security issues.
    Jun 2, 2014. 04:36 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • iOS 8, HealthKit platform announced; iOS device sales top 800M [View news story]
    @Deja Vu: I saw some of the changes to iOS 8 and thought the exact same thing. Apple is certainly taking features of Android and tossing it into iOS.
    Jun 2, 2014. 04:33 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Consumer Price Index rises by 0.1% [View news story]
    The price index for health insurance, which gets only a 0.76% weight in the CPI market basket, fell 0.2% for March and the y/y is also -0.2%. Seriously, they are making this stuff up! Possible explanation: "quality adjustments” are made to prices, so that apples to apples comparisons can be made. Health insurance premiums have soared, but if insurees get more coverage for more premiums, then a quality adjustment is backed out of the greater costs. Therefore the CPI does not appear to be a measure of the true “costs of living”.
    Apr 15, 2014. 11:45 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Jefferies: Apple negotiating $100 iPhone 6 price hike with carriers [View news story]
    @Jack: wasn't the survey based on the idea that the price of the iPhone 6 would remain unchanged at $199/2 year contract for 16GB? If the price is going up, less people would buy it.
    Apr 14, 2014. 10:57 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • KGI: Apple launching bigger iPhones, iWatch, 12" MacBook Air in 2014 [View news story]
    I agree. Apple should have been here a while ago like everyone else.

    On another note, I read a few articles that suggest the iPhone 6 may only have 1 GB of RAM. This would be disappointing too. Obviously not set in stone as it's just a rumor, but at this stage in the game Apple should have at least 2 GB and have a phone that is able to fully utilize that amount of RAM. For a company that prides itself on having the best products and having large cash coffers, step up Apple!
    Apr 14, 2014. 09:25 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple: Short-Term Caution Is Justified [View article]
    @Gary J: Isn't that what most pro-Apple SA members do? I see comments frequently about how Apple will hit $800 or $1,000 / share by a certain date (normally in the near future).
    Mar 25, 2014. 09:41 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple rallies on buyback news. Will a dividend hike follow? [View news story]
    Good point
    Feb 7, 2014. 05:27 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Futures decide jobs number will be a pleasing one [View news story]
    Beat me to it!
    Dec 6, 2013. 08:24 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple roundup: China Mobile, Samsung trial, procurement, iPhone 6 pricing [View news story]
    I mean no offense with this statement, but I highly doubt the two of you are smarter than the market and institutional investors, particularly with how much coverage Apple receives. The market has treated Apple this way for over a year and people on seekingalpha have been continuously ranting how "undervalued" Apple is. If you're investing on P/E I think you will be disappointed. Obviously everyone has there own opinions, but I think it's rather comical to see each and every day people ranting and raving about how "undervalued" Apple is and jump in before you miss the big move up. Well... it's been a long time and no one has missed the huge move up.

    If investing were that easy, I think everyone would make money.
    Nov 21, 2013. 05:02 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple roundup: China Mobile, Samsung trial, procurement, iPhone 6 pricing [View news story]
    Sorry, but the last bullet point is not an apples to apples comparison (no pun intended). The Galaxy Note 3 has 32GB of internal memory (priced at $300 with 2 year contract) whereas the iPhone 5s with 32GB of internal memory is also $300 with 2 year contract. The Note 3 is not priced at a premium to the iPhone. The difference is explained away by internal memory size.
    Nov 21, 2013. 10:19 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bernanke: Tapering depends on further improvement in jobs data [View news story]
    It's difficult to trust Fed commentary. Each trigger is a moving target without resolve.
    Nov 20, 2013. 09:02 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Cook defends 5C's pricing, analysts set weekend iPhone targets [View news story]
    @ Goldtean: Who cares about the finger print scanner right now? Why is this important for the 5s? It just unlocks your phone. Again, maybe it's important for the future, but how is it significant for the 5s right now? I haven't heard any good reason for an upgrade due to the finger print scanner. Way better camera? 8MP - remains the same as 5 and 4s. Okay, it has a slightly larger aperture, dual flash and a slightly larger pixel size, but nothing groundbreaking. This is a move in the right direction, but not a significant camera upgrade. I saw a side by side with the pictures of the 5 and 5s and I don't see a significant difference. Lighting can be adjusted to a certain degree through filters and 3rd party apps anyways. I'm all about a faster processor, but I don't think there will be a noticeable difference in speed, except for gaming. A significant portion of the power of the A7 chip won't even be accessible due to insufficient RAM. When was the last time you heard an iPhone owner (4s and up) complain that their phone was too slow?
    Sep 19, 2013. 04:47 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Cook defends 5C's pricing, analysts set weekend iPhone targets [View news story]
    Good point bgold. That's a nice improvement with the 5, 5c or 5s.

    tech: I am fully aware that other people have reason to buy the 5c, 5s and/or 5. I am providing my opinion, for whatever it is worth (clearly nothing to you). I am not the only person who feels this way. There are very minimal internal upgrades that actually provide immediate benefit to the user in the 5s and none in the 5c when compared to the 5. A little more so when compared to the 4s, but not a lot. That's my point.
    Sep 19, 2013. 02:55 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Cook defends 5C's pricing, analysts set weekend iPhone targets [View news story]
    The problem is the new iPhones don't offer anything materially better than the 4s. We all have iOS 7 now. I know people will talk about the A7 chip. How much faster can a phone get? I can't see my 4s getting noticeably faster. The fingerprint scanner is worthless to me at this point. Maybe bigger and better is coming in the future with respect to the fingerprint sensor, but it's just a way to unlock your phone right now. I see no reason to upgrade my phone to a 5c or 5s unless it fails or breaks. I'm content with my 4s.
    Sep 19, 2013. 12:50 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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