“Apple’s to-do list includes returning more cash to shareholders, introducing [an iPhone with a] five-inch screen and creating a low-cost phone, Brian Marshall of ISI Group said Wednesday,” Bruno J. Navarro reports for CNBC.
“On CNBC’s ‘Fast Money,’ Marshall said that Apple also needed to introduce a larger iPhone display to compete with features from competitors such as Google and Samsung,” Navarro reports. “Apple, Marshall added, would have to act quickly.”
Navarro reports, “‘I think they have to migrate to the five-inch screen this summer,’ he said. ‘I don’t think anybody else thinks that’s going to happen. If that’s going to happen, we have to hear about it from the supply chain within the next 30 days.’ Anything [short] of a completely new iPhone would be seen as a ‘disappointment,’ he added.”
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