Apple’s Business Strategy Is Working.
The value of Apple, Inc. (AAPL) has been steadily climbing since January 2009, and in a volatile market like today’s that says a lot. As we charge into 2012, a new CEO, and a new line of products rolling out at breakneck speed, there is no sign of Apple slowing down anytime soon.
Historical Apple Stock Values
Apple’s business strategy is brilliantly obvious.
Apple has decided to cut the price of their entry level iPhone model. In half in fact to an amazingly affordable $99. Various analysts anticipate a major boost in sales.
Just in time for a price cut of an older model, comes a new addition to the Apple family, with a higher margin. Apple’s next-generation iPhone 3GS.
You can learn about the 3 megapixel camera, and the 30 frames per second video, and all of the other nitty gritty technical details over at Apple.com .
Will Apple’s Business Strategy Revolve Around iPod?
Apple has done a great job re-inventing themselves over the past 9 years. When computer sales were slacking, Apple devoted development resources to their next big thing. iPod. If they want to remain the power hitter in the technology industry, they need to do more than release new versions of the same technology.
The great thing about a company like Apple, is they no longer need to rely on time consuming marketing strategies like SEO, or SEM, and they can simply focus on creating great products, at a fair price.
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