There are so many rumors surrounding Apple that users and long-term fans of the company are getting nervous. It’s understandable. With so many technological developments, people are starting to wonder if this is the end of the iPhone era, or if Apple will adapt and change to remain relevant in today’s technological landscape.
It’s been a tough, or more appropriately, different year for Apple. Fortune reports the company has been shipping fewer iPhones, that it’ll stop production of the iPhone X due to poor sales and disappointing performance, and that its sales have slipped one percent year over year.
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GBH Insights analyst Daniel Ives believes that Apple is doing just fine, and that the iPhone is alive and well. He believes the company’s plans of launching three new devices this year will help them earn back the money and customers they’ve lost.
Another interesting thing Ives predicts is the improvement of Apple Services business, which includes the App Store, Apple Pay, and Apple Music. The company has been investing money on these technologies, and Ives believes that this will pay off and take their business to new heights. If his speculations are true, in the following three to six months Apple will hit the $1 trillion market cap.
Right or wrong, we’re in for some changes when it comes to Apple and the way in which they conduct their business. Maybe in today’s world it’s not enough to develop the world’s leading smartphone.