by Adam English
There is simply no denying Apple’s dominance, but there is no guarantee that it will continue.
If anything it suggests the company has a long way to fall when it falls out of favor. That time appears to have come.
Third quarter results were a disappointment, but not the first. The company has struggled with sales of its marquee product, the iPhone.
Then there is the iWatch, which failed to gain real traction in spite of one of the most hyped, heavily marketed debuts.
Then there was the SE, which cannibalized sales at a lower price point, and the rumors swirling about new phone delays and that the iPhone 7 will have to skip the lucrative S revamp.