“Trumpeting its successes in the 30 years since the advent of the Macintosh computer, Apple last week urged customers to ‘imagine what we can do in the next 30 years,'” Tim Bradshaw reports for The Financial Times.
“Wall Street seems more concerned about what it is doing in the next few months,” Bradshaw reports. “Apple’s shares fell more than 8 per cent in after-hours trading on Monday after the company, in a mixed set of results, warned that revenues would be flat or could even fall in the current quarter ending in March. ”
“Tim Cook has promised that this year the company will enter another new product category. Asked by analysts if that was still the plan, Apple’s chief executive answered: ‘Absolutely,'” Bradshaw reports. “The most likely but least radical change Apple will make is to the iPhone’s screen size… If the iPhone becomes larger, a natural complement might be a watch-like device that can notify the wearer of messages and calls while the smartphone is in a bag or pocket. ”
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