Will APPLE stop its fall in the markets due to the great launch it is having of products, in addition to those that are yet to come out in 2023?
Month of June, month of Mac
On June 5, Apple launched the new 15-inch MacBook Air, a laptop that is on horseback among users looking for the portability of the MacBook Air but without reaching the benefits in terms of power and performance of the Pro series with a much bigger screen.
This device maintains the same design as the MacBook Air presented last year, with a MagSafe charging connector and two Thunderbolt 3 ports. This device is going to be a real bestseller for its price, quite interesting, especially for the facilities that Apple offers. in terms of financing and, because it is a new segment, a new product, where many users will want to have a large laptop.
Along with this, Apple presented the renewal of the Mac Pro and Mac Studio, completing the definitive transition from Apple Silicon to Mac, since there is no Apple product that currently has an Intel processor. Both models have been a component upgrade, with the integration of the M2 MAX and M2 Ultra chip. Two very niche Macs, but perfect for users looking for a device with such benefits.
New products before the end of the year
If we can be clear about something, it is that Apple will surely launch the iPhone 15 and its four models in September, that is, the standard series, the Plus, Pro and Pro Max series. Along with this, we have to see if Apple will launch a second version of the Apple Watch Ultra, a very good device, but we don’t know if it will follow a strategy like the SE, updates every three years or like the standard series and Hermes of one update every anus.
Finally, we are going to go for the rumors, which are products that do not know if Apple will present this year or not. Specifically, we are referring to the 24-inch iMac with the M3 chip, once Apple has completed the Silicon transition, it is the turn of this desktop.
Therefore, we have a total of at least 8 launches this year, and could reach 12-13 depending on whether there will be renewals of the iMac, Apple Watch and why not rule out a new iPad mini or iPad Air.
The chart of Apple
Apple’s stock price history is a remarkable testament to the company’s evolution from a garage startup to one of the most valuable and influential technology giants in the world. Since its initial public offering (IPO) on December 12, 1980, at a price of $22 per share, Apple’s stock price journey has been characterized by periods of innovation, market challenges, and exceptional growth.
In the early years, Apple faced its share of ups and downs, with stock prices affected by factors such as product launches and leadership changes. However, it was the return of Steve Jobs as CEO in 1997 that marked a turning point. Under his leadership, Apple’s stock price experienced a resurgence, driven by iconic products like the iMac, iPod, and later the game-changing iPhone.
The iPhone’s introduction in 2007 sparked a dramatic rise in Apple’s stock price, reflecting the device’s immense popularity and the company’s status as an industry leader. By 2012, Apple’s stock price had breached the $700 mark, but it faced challenges as critics questioned its ability to sustain its growth momentum.
Following Steve Jobs’ passing in 2011, and with changing consumer preferences and increased competition, Apple’s stock price experienced fluctuations. Despite this, the company continued to innovate with new products, services, and expansion into various markets. The stock split in 2014 also aimed to make shares more accessible to a broader range of investors.
Apple’s stock price journey was further boosted by strong financial performance, including significant growth in services and wearables. The company’s market capitalization reached unprecedented levels, making it the world’s most valuable publicly traded company.
While Apple’s stock price trajectory has generally been upward, it has faced market corrections and concerns about market saturation. Regulatory challenges and global economic factors have also influenced its stock price fluctuations.
Apple remains a dominant force in the technology sector, continually introducing new products and services. Its stock price continues to reflect its role as a leader in innovation and its impact on the broader market, but…
Its price, as can be seen in the previous graph, is a resounding success.
If it is true, that the last month and a half has had a great fall, from its highs, since when a previous ATH is exceeded, the “normal” thing is that it finally falls again, to touch it, already as support.
Is that what Apple is doing right now? Be support for continuation in uptrend?
With the number of products for sale, those that are yet to come, and its legion of fans, it is possible that the price wants to stop going down in the short term, to at least try to go back up.
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