Has Apple peaked? Hardly.

“The trillion dollar question circulating in the investor community is whether Apple’s value has peaked, like those companies it ended up pushing aside back when Ronald Reagan was in the White House?” Mark P. Mills writes for Forbes.

“The fact is, in the bits-centric world where Moore’s Law and math-centric algorithms dominate, growth will be torrid for decades yet. And the unmet demand for gigabytes is astronomically bigger than for gallons,” Mills writes. “At their current employee-to-revenue ratio, if Apple grows to the employee-size of IBM today, it would approach $1 trillion in sales.

Mills writes, “What a world that would be: wireless pipes filled with bits lacing the planet, connecting every human to hundreds of thousands of supercomputing data-centers, with Apple at the epicenter. Wonder what HAL would think? “hese software innovators illuminate the future of computing, and Apple – and whatever we’ll end up calling the emerging post-Internet Cloud-centric era.”

Much more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]

6 Comments

  1. You will see “Apple is finished, dying, peaked out, downhill, about to be extinct” articles forever. Never stopped since late 1970s. Meme that will never die. Lots of ppl just cannot imagine or accept Apple’s success and quality products.

  2. The only thing that’s peaked with Apple recently is it’s market-bound share price. Man, This economy is just killing Apple’s share price.

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