But when Apple reported its first-ever decline in iPhone sales just three months later, many began to quiet down and listen.
Now, even Tim Cook is recognizing the slowdown, after posting a surprise sales decline in second-quarter earnings this week.
According to Apple’s own CEO:
“We’re seeing what we believe to be a pause in purchases on iPhone.”
Cook has his own theories, but he’s missing the bigger picture. Apple has failed to innovate, and it’s costing the company a fortune.
Many are banking on the iPhone 8, but the truth is even it won’t stand up to what’s coming next::
Simply put, the age of the iPhone is coming to an end…
And the age of augmented and virtual reality is just around the corner.
For investors, that means a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity you don’t want to miss.
Investment Director, Technology and Opportunity