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Tim Cook says Apple is “planting seeds” on products that will “blow you away”

This Friday, Apple held an investor meeting at Cupertino, California to discuss Apple products and the future of Apple products. As quoted by Bloomberg, Tim Cook said he has “never been more optimistic” about where the company is today and where it’s heading.

Cook said Apple is “planting seeds” and “rolling the dice” on products in the future that will “blow you away”. He also said that there is “long, great roadmap of fantastic” products related to the AirPods and Apple Watch.

Cook reiterated that Apple is still on track to double revenue from services in 2020 from the nearly $25 billion in 2016. He said his primary goal is to reduce the price of $1200 Apple MacBook Air Laptop.

Just after the interview, Apple stocks rose more than 1 percent. Investors are waiting for great new products from the company. As 2018 was one of the worst years for the company because iPhones and other products saw the first decline in sales since 2001. The rise of sale declines continued through each passing quarter due to high pricing of iPhones XS and XS Max or even the iPhone XR.

Apple is holding a March 25 event where it is expected to launch an online streaming service just like Netflix and Amazon Prime.

Lastly, it seems Apple is excited for its upcoming iPhones and several other gadgets which will mainly include health-related products.


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