The ultimate Apple Q3 earnings linkfest
- July 20th, 2011
Not surprisingly there has been a slew of items on Apple’s most recent blowout earnings release. Here are few items worth noting. Enjoy.
The iPhone is nearly half of Apple’s business these days. (MacRumors)
The iPad itself is the fourth largest computer brand in the world. (SAI)
Horace Deidu, “Instead of decelerating, Apple’s growth is accelerating.” (Asymco)
The funny thing is that Apple still has plenty of room to grow. (Fast Company)
Apple has a cash problem – too much of it. (Deal Journal)
How Apple’s stock has acted around other huge earnings beats. (Global Macro Monitor)
Why Apple stock can’t go any higher. (Howard Lindzon)
By the way Apple just released new products including MacBook Airs. (BGR)
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