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iPhone 5s 64-bit processor “front end of a long roadmap” says Tim Cook

iPhone 5s 64-bit processor “front end of a long roadmap” says Tim Cook

Apple's 4th quarter earnings report here in 2013 had mention of the best of said quarters for iPhones sold in the history of the company - but even that didn't sway one user from asking Apple CEO Tim Cook what the benefits were for the newest set of features for the iPhone 5s over the previous generation. The question itself centered on the iPhone 5s' A7 chip, the motion coprocessor, and the new Touch ID fingerprint sensor, inquiring what Apple had to say to investors that simply did not see the benefit in these features in the short run.

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Tim Cook: high-end smartphone market hasn’t reached its peak

Tim Cook: high-end smartphone market hasn’t reached its peak

This week during the Apple earnings call that also saw Apple report a record quarter for iPhone sales, CEO Tim Cook suggested that the higher end of the smartphone market has not reached it's peak. This was in response to a question about the iPhone and how possible it was that the "high end" was "reaching saturation". This was in spite of, as the user asking the question made clear, the increase in iPhone sales this quarter.

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Apple Q3 2013 earnings bring dividend despite less-than-eventful market period

Apple Q3 2013 earnings bring dividend despite less-than-eventful market period

This week Apple let loose their quarterly earnings for investors and the public alike, letting it be known that a quarterly revenue of $35.5 billion along with $6.9 billion in quarterly net profit is all well and good. This quarter saw the sales of 31.2 million iPhones, this a record for this quarter of the year, along with 14.6 million iPads - that's up for iPhones, down for iPads.

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Motorola loss mounts as Google places faith in Moto X

Motorola loss mounts as Google places faith in Moto X

Those looking for a win sooner than expected from Motorola in this week's earnings announcements from Google will not be finding themselves overjoyed. According to Google's report, GAAP operating loss for Motorola Mobile was up significantly compared to the same quarter last year, this shown in stark contrast to Google's own operating income, the larger overarching company's fortunes increasing at a rate that's ever-so-slightly smaller than Motorola bleeds.

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