If you’ve ever listened to an Apple hater rant about why Macs suck, chances are you’ve heard those “You can’t repair or upgrade it yourself!” arguments. But with the new MacBook Air and Mac mini, Apple seems like it’s ready to toss Mac diehards a small, but welcome bone.
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Apple seems like it’s ready to toss Mac diehards a small but welcome bone.
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Apple's services business is "taking the growth baton from iPhone," Morgan Stanley says. The investment bank raised its price target on the stock after studying its broad services business.
Software engineer Samee Alam was ready to take the big leap and buy an iPhone in this week’s Diwali festival sales, but at the last minute he opted for cheaper Chinese competitor OnePlus instead.
Fiscal fourth-quarter profits were only up 41% year over year, so of course the stock took a hit after the earnings report.
While I upgrade my iPhone every year, my iPad upgrade history trends toward every other generation: iPad 2, fourth-gen, Air, and 9.7-inch Pro. Skipping a generation (with the exception of the fourth-gen to original Air) has served me well as each upgrade is less incremental and more dramatic.
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Apple regained its position as the favorite stock among millennial traders after its quarterly results triggered a big sell-off.