“Think back several months; you may recall that some pundits thought Apple CEO Tim Cook wasn’t up to the job,” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld. “Today there’s little evidence to justify those claims.”
“Apple’s decision to offer a trade-in deal for Android users purchasing an iPhone is likely to have a significant impact on Apple Watch sales. After all, if you want an Apple Watch, you’ll need an iPhone 5 or later to use it – and the combination of Watch and iPhone looks to be of growing interest to smartphone users, if only to see what they can do,” Evans writes. “Gartner analyst Robert Hetu says: ‘Apple continues to find ways to connect and make itself indispensable to consumers.’” 40 percent of iPhone owners are already interested in purchasing an Apple Watch.”
Much more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: As we’ve written many times:
Those who underestimate Tim Cook are in for a rude awakening.