Apple is considered as the most valuable company in the world, but INVESTOR’S BUSINESS DAILY (IBD) new tech predictions suggest that the company won’t do well in the upcoming months.
According to Brian Deagon, the author of this report, Apple will not be as ‘cool’ as it used to be in the recent past. His thoughts on Apple’s product line up -
With the iPod, iPhone and iPad, Apple (AAPL) redefined markets and defined cool. But what’s left? The iPhone is boxy, flat and feeling stale.
Smartphones and tablets will become commodity items and Apple will be eaten by the collective Android gang.
He has also gone further to say that Samsung’s Galaxy smartphone seems more cooler than Apple’s iPhone, and Google’s Android operating system will diminish Apple’s advantage in the mobile industry.
Steve Jobs always wanted to revolutionize the TV industry, and now Apple team seems to be working on his path with new TV set. But Brian believes that it would be a tough job to crack this field, which is ruled by Samsung.
Some of his other predictions -
- Microsoft will fire Steve Ballmer due to his poor performance.
- Google+ will not be as successful as Facebook.
- Twitter will totter.
- Ultrabooks will replace notebooks and tablet computers.
- IBM and Amazon will remain on top position.