And so was Wall Street.
The iDevice king failed to unveil any major products, continuing a trend that stretches back to the 2010 reveal of the iPad. That “failure” ignited another round of second-guessing by investors and the other pundits. Even the usually evenhanded Investor’s Business Daily summed it up by saying that “analysts say latest product rollouts fail to impress.”
As usual, the naysayers totally missed the point.
Granted, Apple didn’t introduce a new product at the World Wide Developers Conference.
But the way I see it, the Cupertino-based giant did something that was much more important than just roll out some new “gadget.” Apple actually unveiled a strategy that puts the company into two new businesses and positions it for years of potential new growth.
And that means Apple stock – which has zoomed back up near its 52-week highs – is headed even higher.
Today, I’m going to show you why. And I’m going to start by telling you about a new concept in computing – a term you’ll soon be hearing lots about.
By learning about it, you’ll once again be ahead of the big-money pros on Wall Street.
And that’s just where we want you to be…