Today's Above Avalon stories:
- iPhone Production Cut
- Amazon to Sell Fire Televisions
- Google Passes on Pixel Smartwatches
We begin today's email with a closer look at a report from The Nikkei indicating Apple cut iPhone 7 production by 10 percent. We go over my thoughts and observations about the topic. The email then shifts to news of Amazon partnering with a few low-end TV manufacturers to sell Amazon Fire televisions. With Apple in mind, we discuss the various implications from this development. We conclude with a look at Google's strategy for its flagship Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches in 2017. Google is passing on selling its own smartwatches in favor of third-party partnerships. We go over my thoughts on this news in regards to Google's ability to position Android Wear as a formidable Apple Watch competitor in 2017.
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