Secret so-and-sos say, internally, Apple is viewing India as its own sales region. TMO writer Nick deCourville joins Ken to talk that over. Plus – secret sources say Apple has an opt-out clause on its ten-year MLS contract. Ken talks about why he thinks Apple’s in for the long haul.
Goldman Sachs has traded an Apple bear for an Apple bull, and suddenly it’s a “Buy” with a $199 target. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts and Ken talk over tales told by financial analysts. Plus – “Ghosted” is ghosting the cineplex and there may be a new yellow iPhone peeking over the horizon.
One firm raises its price target on Apple shares, two tales of Apple manufacturing in India, and three countries get better Apple Maps.
As we close out the week, we see opaque takes on iPhone demand, Apple grows a workforce in India, and dinosaurs are back in action.
A healthy new year for iPhone, a sluggish start for the App Store, and price changes on old gear and new batteries.
Today from the Observation Deck, headset chatter continues, the problem of iPhone theft, and one kid AirDrops himself to juvie.
Morgan Stanley doubles down on Apple, Apple Watch drove smartwatches last year, and examining growth for Apple TV+.
Apple’s child protection push pushes further, updates and tweaks for Apple services, and let’s all go get tattoos!