It will be interesting to see how much emphasis is put on the new streaming services vs. iPhone today.
. . . while the iPhone still makes up more than half of Apple’s sales, Tuesday’s event may nudge it off center stage after a decade in the limelight, as analysts suggest Apple is in a “holding pattern” until it rolls out 5G phones with faster mobile data speeds next year.
The new strategy shift (to services), which Apple hinted at an event in March where it gave some details about the streaming TV service, comes as iPhone sales have declined year-over-year for the past two fiscal quarters and investors are fixed on the growth potential for services.
Keep an eye on those Apple Price Triggers today!
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