The company's grand foray into 4G territory came with a hiccup, as the new iPad isn't compatible with Australia's 4G networks.
Streaming movies don't mean much to sales or margins.
The iPhone is finally available without a contract -- and for $55 a month. Of course, there is a not-so-small one-time fee.
The telecom leader offers stability, growth and a 5% yield.
A merging of two incompatible networks would only lead to overhead expenses for the larger carriers.
Sellers seem to think they can take profits now and then get back into Apple on weakness when less sophisticated investors decide to bail.
Apple might want to have a talk with its digital assistant, which seems to have a thing for the competition.
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