Tag Archive: Disappointing


How Apple Is “Disappointing” Wall Street Compared To Other Ultra-Profitable Companies

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We can talk all day about whether or not Wall Street is made up of a gibbering bunch of mad men based upon their recent decision to start selling off Apple shares in droves after hearing that Apple had just reported another record quarter. Some think that’s proof of stupidity or a conspiracy; some think that Wall Street just buys against future growth, and Apple has peaked;  [Read More…]

Woz: Problems With iOS 6 Maps Are Disappointing, But ‘Not That Severe’

Woz keeps a bunch of third-party navigation apps on his iPhone as backup.

Speaking at a company event in Sydney, Australia, this week, Apple co-founder and everyone’s favorite geek Steve Wozniak spoke out about Apple’s new Maps service, which got its public debut alongside iOS 6 last Wednesday. Like most of us, Woz says he’s disappointed with the new app, and that Google’s Maps service is better. However, he doesn’t feel that  [Read More…]

Breakdown of iPhone 4S: A Disappointing Analysis?

Apple�s��Let�s Talk iPhone� media event is now over and many are left disappointed. The iPhone 4S was announced along with several iOS device refreshes and many were left unsatisfied. Apple revealed the price points for the new�iPhone�4S (with contract) which consist of:

� $199 � 16 GB � $299 � 32 GB � $399 � 64 GB

The device will consist of both black and white models and will be available for pre-orders starting October 7th.  [Read More…]

Why an iPhone 4S is Anything but Disappointing [Opinion]

 

I wish I never sold my original iPhone. Being seen around town using an iPhone with a brushed aluminum back would make others jealous of my uniqueness. The iPhone 4? Dude, that was so 2010. My original iPhone can�t even create folders or multitask, but no one else has one so it makes me like fifty times more awesome than anyone using an iPhone 3GS.

You�re probably  [Read More…]

Apple April Sales Up 113 Percent From Last Year, Disappointing?

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Ticonderoga Securities, using their trusted “Apple Barometer,” reported Apple had “strong growth year-on-year for April,” with sales up 113% compared to the same month last year.

These numbers aren’t raw sales numbers on products shipped, but rather measure sales of component suppliers to Apple in their supply chain. The logic is if Apple needs to purchase more supplies (LCDs, touch screens, etc) from their suppliers, there is  [Read More…]