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Three Key Drivers for Apple Stock; Report on Technology by Profit Confidential(February 17, 2012)
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 17, 2012
Quarterly profits from Apple Inc. blew away analysts and investors with how strongly the companys products are selling to the retail sector, writes Sasha Cekerevac in a recent Profit Confidential article. According to Cekerevac, the key to Apples success in 2012 will be based on the companys investment strategy in three areas: the iPhone, iPad and iTV.
There is a new iPhone 5 coming this year and it is being hotly anticipated as a significant improvement over the iPhone 4S, says Cekerevac.
If history is any guide, Cekerevac believes the iPhone 5 launch for Apple to the retail sector will be in late summer or early fall, just in time for the fall holidays.
Cekerevac looks at the second driverthe upgraded iPad 3which he thinks will be released in March.
Apple is now expanding into the education side of the business with the recent push into textbooks for schools, says Cekerevac. More markets mean more possibilities for increased corporate profits.
Cekerevac also believes that both the new iPhone 5 and iPad 3 will most likely have new quad-core processors instead of the current dual-core chipset.
More power to run applications is always in demand by the retail sector, says Cekerevac.
The final key for Apple in 2012, according to Cekerevac, is iTV.
iTV is a huge potential driver in corporate profits for Apple. This investment strategy could really pay off with a whole new stream of revenue in this market, says Cekerevac.
Cekerevac believes that Apple will bundle the hardware and incorporate an online, Web-ready portion for people to buy content online through the TV.
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