An Apple's earnings report represents a snapshot of how business has performed over the previous three months. In this week's episode, instead of going over all of the numbers and details from Apple's 4Q15 earnings report, we ask a very simple question: How is Apple doing? By looking at the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch, we reach some conclusions regarding how Apple is doing in its quest to make technology more personal. We also briefly discuss 2016 financial trends, including slowing growth metrics. We conclude with my grand theory on what is happening to Apple in today's society and where the most risk to Apple resides.
Apple 4Q15 Earnings (member email) - Above Avalon
Leasing Solves Apple's Cheap iPhone Dilemma - Above Avalon
Finding iPad's Future - Above Avalon
Apple Watch Is Being Severely Underestimated - Above Avalon
The New Apple Era - Above Avalon
Above Avalon membership information (access to an exclusive daily email about Apple) - Above Avalon
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