The WSJ's Refurbished iPhone Theory, Nokia Health (Withings) In Trouble, Thoughts on Nokia Health as an Apple Acquisition

Today's Above Avalon daily update includes the following topics: 

  • The WSJ's Refurbished iPhone Theory
  • Nokia Health (Withings) In Trouble
  • Thoughts on Nokia Health as an Apple Acquisition

We kick off today's email by discussing the WSJ's claim that the growing popularity of refurbished iPhones represents a a problem for Apple. The discussion then turns to Nokia putting its health division into "strategic review." We look at the business (formed from Nokia's Withings acquisition) and then discuss whether or not it makes sense for Apple to acquire Nokia Health. 

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