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Topic: Mark Moskowitz

J.P. Morgan predicts new, separate & converged 'iAnywhere' computing platform in Apple's future

02/12/2014, 09:02 am

With smartphone growth slowing, investment firm J.P. Morgan predicts that Apple's "next big thing" could be a new, converged operating system that could allow an iPhone or iPad to dock into a specifically configured display and run as a more traditional computer.

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Wall Street pleased by Apple's surprising Sept. quarter, anticipates huge holiday sales

10/29/2013, 10:10 am

Apple beat Wall Street expectations and left analysts satisfied with its September quarter, though market watchers are already more focused on anticipated blockbuster sales of new iPhone and iPad models in the current holiday quarter.

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Windows 8.1, Intel's Haswell not expected to reverse sliding PC sales

07/11/2013, 01:07 pm

The PC market will continue its downward spiral in spite of the debuts of Microsoft's Windows 8.1 update and Intel's latest-generation Haswell processors, a new analysis contends.

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Apple's iPad mini seen as 'winning template' for launching low-cost iPhone

05/03/2013, 01:05 pm

Apple surprised many last year when it priced the iPad mini at $329 more than $100 higher than the Amazon Kindle Fire and Google Nexus 7. But the same premium approach will probably be used to successfully introduce a more affordable iPhone, a new analysis concludes.

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iPhone 5 sales strong, but iPad supply issues affected Apple's holiday quarter - report

01/17/2013, 10:01 am

The 2012 holiday season was a blockbuster quarter for the iPhone 5, but iPad sales may have been lighter than expected because of supply issues, according to one analyst.

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iPhone 5 order cuts dismissed as 'not news,' simply 'noise'

01/14/2013, 02:01 pm

Wall Street analysts are dismissing recent concerns over iPhone build plans, with one market watcher saying the order cuts could instead be a sign that Apple seeing improved component yields and product margins.

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