“‘This is a concept that the hardware is actually performing like a subscription,’ he added, noting that Apple consumers often exchange their old iPhones for a newer version about every three years. ‘If in fact that is the case, I think that the multiple on Apple will go up,’ Lovelace Jr. reports.
“Apple on Thursday became the first publicly traded U.S. company to hit $1 trillion in market cap,” Lovelace Jr. reports. “It also reported strong quarterly results last week, posting big beats on earnings per share and average iPhone selling price.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Yup. Apple remains rodiculously undervalued regardless of Wall Street’s glacially slow recognitin of reality.
Apple’s services business is an unstoppable locomotive that, someday, even Mr. Market might fairly value. – MacDailyNews, August 9, 2017
Trillion, schmillion. Over time, Apple will go much higher than that. The company is currently horribly undervalued. – MacDailyNews, March 1, 2018
The next ten years are going to be absolutely amazing for Apple. The company has just started to really get going! — MacDailyNews, August 2, 2017
Apple’s killer services business will be a profit monster within 10 years – July 16, 2018
Morgan Stanley: Buy Apple shares on the ‘emerging power’ of its services – May 24, 2018
Apple as a service: Services offer growth, visibility, and profitability – May 15, 2018
AAPL’s paradigm shift – May 11, 2018
Apple Services: The nitrous in Cupertino’s profit engine – November 27, 2017
Inside Apple’s massive services results – August 9, 2017
Misunderstanding Apple Services – August 7, 2017
Dispelling the Apple Services myth – May 3, 2017
Apple’s Services business: $7 billion in revenue last quarter alone – May 3, 2017
Apple’s Services (App Store, Apple Music, Apple Pay) business is an unstoppable juggernaut that’s still just gathering strength – May 3, 2017