There are times I wonder where people are while the world continues to spin. Lance Ulanoff:
Yet the wind is clearly shifting for the iPhone, with intensifying worries about sales figures, diminishing global demand for smartphones overall, rumors that Apple won’t make the 5G leap for another year, and the company’s startling decision to stop disclosing unit sales for iOS devices and Macs in its financial reports.
Where to begin. Sales figures are rumors that occur this time every year. Smartphone demand is down because smartphone saturation. iPhone sales have been flat for four years. 5G in 2019 is highly overrated (Apple skipped the first year of 3G and 4G LTE; bad battery life, spotty connections). Apple was the lone holdout for unit sales numbers and should have skipped them a few years ago.
Much ado over not much. Nice click bait headline, though.