Apple’s iPhone warning is a sign of things to come

Jonny Evans

Watching Apple since 1999. I don't say what they should do. I say what they might do. They sometimes do.

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  1. Constable Odo says:

    Of all the major tech companies, Apple has been hurt the worst because it practically bet everything on iPhone sales and lost. So stupid for a company which has so much money to diversify its revenue stream. Apple’s iPhone business had no chance of growth for a couple of years but Tim Cook is too stubborn to realize his mistake. Apple should have acquired a cloud business like all the other major tech companies and they’re all doing quite well while Apple is sinking. Apple knew what POTUS was going to do to ruin Apple’s China iPhone business and Apple should have made some serious acquisition moves before the time came. Now it’s way too late to do anything as Apple’s share price has already fallen so far and potential investors are running for the hills and avoiding anything connected with Apple. Who can blame them?

    Apple set up loyal shareholders for a huge fall knowing China was going to turn their back on Apple products. I don’t blame Chinese consumers for buying domestic brand products. That’s just common sense to buy/support your own country’s products. Apple should have realized that would happen. There is absolutely no doubt Apple needs China far more than China needs Apple. WeChat can run just as well on a $200 Android smartphone as well as it runs on a $1000 iPhone. Apple automatically loses as it doesn’t sell a $200 iPhone or anything close to that price range. Goodbye, iPhone, and there isn’t a thing Tim Cook can do about it.

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