By Dr. Duru: In early May, soon after April earnings, I presented a case predicting Apple's stock would hit fresh all-time highs. This was essentially a follow-up to a piece a year prior predicting a bottom for Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL). It...Show More Summary
According to a new report from re/code, Apple executives are said to be discussing price points for their forthcoming wearable device, giving consideration to $400 as the cost for the entry level model. The new wearable, unofficially dubbed the iWatch, might make its debut at the upcoming September 9th event. Show More Summary
There’s been a whole lot of rumours swirling over the smartwatch Apple will presumably announce during the iPhone event on 9 September. Now, Re/Code says that Apple execs have hinted there will be multiple models of the device, the priciest of which could hit $US400. More »
The rumor mill is churning ahead of Apple's September 9th event, where it may debut its next generation iPhone alongside a new wearable.
There's a rumor going around that the iWatch — or whatever Apple ends up calling their wearable line — will have at least one model positioned around the $400 price point. I'll just preface all this by remembering that right before the iPad launched a rumor hit that it would be positioned around the $1000 price point. Show More Summary
Apple's anticipated "iWatch" may carry a price of around $400 when it goes on sale, though the wearable device is likely to be offered at a range of price points, according to a new report.
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Apple could charge an upwards of $400 for its highest end iWatch, according to Recode. Apple executives have reportedly “discussed charging around $400 for the company’s new wearable device,” although there will also be different models set at lower prices. … Read more ›
Apple's long-rumored wearable — the iWatch — is expected to be announced during the September 9th event alongside the long-rumored iPhone 6 but pricing has thus far remained a mystery as expected. Some new info coming from Re/Code, though,...Show More Summary
In the latest of a string a reports regarding Apple's plans for its upcoming wearable device, Re/code reports company executives have "discussed" a rough price of $400 for the device. That is merely a range, however, with cheaper models...Show More Summary
There's been a whole lot of rumors swirling over the smartwatch Apple will assumedly announce during the iPhone event on September 9th. Now, Re/Code says that Apple execs have discussed pricing the wearable in the $400 range. Read more...
A report by Recode today claims that Apple executives have discussed pricing its wearable device at $400, but haven’t finalized it yet, and may not set the price before Apple’s September event. Samsung’s Galaxy Gear 2 watch retails $300...Show More Summary
According to Dawn Chmielewski and John Paczkowski at Re/code, Apple’s various executives have discussed a $400 price point for its wearable device, possibly called “iWatch” or “iBand.” Just one day prior to this report, Paczkowski said Apple’s wearable would debut at the company’s Sept. Show More Summary
Quite an a'peeling idea. There's a piece of wisdom that is often attributed to Bill Gates that goes: "I will always choose a lazy person to do a difficult job, because he will find an easy way to do it." (I can't be bothered to go through...Show More Summary
Re/code via sources unknown says today that Apple has been considering the $400 price point for its wearable, expected to be announced on September 9th and available for sale in 2015. Apple executives have discussed charging around $400 for the company’s new wearable device. Pricing has yet to be finalized for the forthcoming product, which is expected […]
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Have you ever cracked a Lightning connector, or — perish the thought — your iPhone itself when roughly yanking it out of a dock? Apple’s working on the problem. Cupertino’s patent department just filed an application with the U.S. Patent … Read more ›
Apple’s new devices could be unveiled at an event slated for Sept. 9 in Cupertino, Calif., according to a CNN report. In the CNN report, the Atlanta-based cable television station cited multiple reports in recent months that said the unveiling would likely be the long-rumored iPhone 6. The news network said the latest generation of