“Today is April 1, the first day of the second quarter of the year, and so far, Apple has delivered bupkis in terms of new products,” Jay Yarow writes for Business Insider. “It’s not expected to announce anything new until June, when it hosts its annual developer conference, WWDC.”

“This, in and of itself, would not be too surprising. There’s no rule that says Apple needs a new product in the spring. Apple didn’t release any new products last spring,” Yarow writes. “But, a year ago, CEO Tim Cook said on the company’s earnings call, ‘We will have some really great stuff in the fall and all across 2014.'”

Yarow writes, “It seems highly unlikely we’re going to get anything until the latter half of 2014, which is a contradiction of what Cook told analysts.”

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