AppleInsider podcast talks earnings, iPhone ASP, and Tim Cook's HomeKit experienceThis week on the AppleInsider podcast, Neil and Victor talk through Apple's earnings call, Wall Street raising price targets, and what it's (probably) like to use HomeKit at Tim Cook's house.
AppleInsider editors Neil Hughes and Victor Marks talk tabout:
- Apple's best quarter ever: $78.4B revenue, 78.3M iPhones sold
- Facebook as a "video-first" company
- The rising ASP of iPhone
- The rising AAPL share price targets
- Apple vs Samsung in Q1
- HomeKit in Tim Cook's house
- Apple weighing legal action against the Trump administration over immigration
- Apple, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, joining in joint letter to White House on immigration
- Apple increasing the role of custom ARM chips in Mac
- Reader email
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Show note links:
- Apple smashes expectations: record setting $78.4B in revenue on sales of 78.3M iPhones
- Facebook reportedly developing video app for Apple TV
- Analysts raise Apple targets, see shares going as high as $156 after best-quarter ever
- See how Apple's iPhone reached a new record high ASP of $695
- Apple's Q1 iPhone numbers knock Samsung out of first place in global marketshare
- Inside Tim Cook's Apple HomeKit-equipped smart home
- Apple weighing legal action against Trump immigration ban, to match employee donations to refugee relief funds
- Apple, Google, others drafting letter opposing Trump's travel ban [u]
- Apple developing ARM chip for Mac to handle low-power functionality
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