- AT&T likely subsidizes the iPhone to the tune of $400
- If AT&T loses exclusivity (i.e. if Verizon gets the iPhone), the subsidy probably won't change. (Not a revelation to the rest of the world where multiple carriers hasn't changed the subsidy or pricing...)
- iPhone users are 14% of AT&T's wireless customer base.
- iPhone exclusivity with AT&T may terminate at the end of 2010 but only Apple and AT&T know for sure.
Disclosure, he's long on Apple, but short on Marshall, it seems. Anyone really, truly surprised by any of the above?
Kids swap AirPods and use text-to-speech to "talk" in class
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Apple CEO Tim Cook will join US President Trump for Davos breakfast
Tim Cook will breakfast with Trump at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland.
Uber testing feature that lets some California drivers set their own fares
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These Fitbit trackers have a masculine touch
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