Apple’s latest earnings report showed falling revenue for the first time in over a decade.
We have told you before …How the company gave a positive spin, saying there’s still room for growth.
But one tech-watcher in our area says the company is beginning to pay a price for insisting on brand loyalty.
The C-E-O of cellular world … Dennis Pascal believes it boils down to Apple trapping consumers by forcing them to buy every little piece needed for the product.
“When you get a product and everything in it, you know, you gotta buy everything you want to use, a cable, get a part and there’s no particular service centers around, so if you are going to be pulling and keeping exclusivity but want to get a grab on everything, you are going to break the product, you are going to have people buying $2 cables, plugging it into an $800 dollar phone and when it breaks, blaming apple, so there is a reason they are doing what they are doing, but at the same time its backfiring as well.” Says Mr. Pascal
With the I-Phone 7 reported to be coming in September… Mr. Pascal thinks consumers will do more research to see if the new products are worth the investment.