Executive Summary In this forecast evaluation report, we will examine the performance of the forecasts generated by the I Know First AI Algorithm for Apple
On last week’s Apple Stock News, antitrust probes by the government threatened Apple’s stocks. Other tech giants such as Alphabet, Amazon and Facebook were not
The $750 iPhone XR is reportedly not selling as well as expected. Based on Apple’s latest earnings report, iPhone unit sales is flat. Global sales of tablets is also shrinking. It is therefore a great relief to learn that Apple successfully persuaded Amazon (AMZN) to sell iPhones and iPads in America and other countries.
Amazon is the third-ranked vendor of tablets with its Fire Android products. It pleases me that Amazon agreed to be a direct reseller of iPads.
I previously harped about it many times – AAPL’s price movement is largely dictated by how many units of iPhones it sold. AAPL dipped post-earnings last November 2 because investors are scared that iPhone sales have peaked. The management’s decision to no longer report unit sales of iPhones going forward is worrisome for some investors. It was perceived as tacit admission that iPhone unit sales has really peaked. The mood now is that Apple can no longer rely on the iPhone for growth.
“We can’t blame the technology when we make mistakes” -Tim Berners-Lee (Source: Apple) On July 17th, YouTuber Dave Lee noticed that the 15 inch MacBook
“Artificial Intelligence is a tool not a threat” -Rodney Brooks A couple months ago, John Giannandrea, the former head of Google’s search and artificial intelligence
“Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower” – Steve Jobs