TIM COOK READY TO SHOW-OFF PRODUCTS “THAT WILL BLOW YOU AWAY”

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When was the last time Apple really wowed you with its products? The iPhone X was a breath of fresh year but that too was repeated the following year. To be honest, Apple has failed to meet its high standards for a long time now, but due to its consistency in whatever they make, their customer-base is greater than ever before. Its time things changed a bit. That’s exactly what Tim Cook plans. He said that Apple is just “planting the seeds” in future innovative products that will “blow you away.”

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While speaking during the conference, Tim said that the company is on track on doubling its Services revenues in 2020 from nearly $25 billion in 2016. A Goldman Sachs analyst actually warned Apple against this strategy because it relies too much on rivals for its services’ revenue, which includes Google alone paying $10 Billionfor remaining the default search provider on iOS devices.

Apple had its first holiday sales decline in 2018 as the demand for new iPhone models continues to decrease year by year. Users on average upgrade their iPhones after 4-years than 3 years previously, which has to led to declining sales along with other factors. Investors are waiting for a ground-breaking product that will possibly turn the tide in Apple’s favour.

TIM COOK READY TO SHOW-OFF PRODUCTS “THAT WILL BLOW YOU AWAY”

Not a lot of insights were given in-terms of the specific details of any products that apple plans to release this year, but it’s a guarantee of a whole host of devices that bring promise and potential. With Apply reportedly in works to produce its own augmented-reality glasses and an electric car, which one of these steals the spotlight is yet to be seen. We were expecting a more revolutionary approach towards its smartphones too, but only time will tell which of Apple’s products this year ’blows us away’.

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