Philip Elmer-DeWitt

Philip Elmer-DeWitt has been covering Apple since 1983 — mostly for Time Magazine (28 years), later for Fortune (9 years), where he wrote a daily blog called Apple 2.0.

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Huawei’s smartphone shipments could decline by eight to 10 million a month, Kuo estimates.
WWDC is the cruelest event.
Gurman had the goods, Tong made the YouTube.
In a word: HSBC.
Personal Technology columnist David Pierce has seen the future of television and it doesn't work. 
Why Jony Ive sweated the details and Tim Cook spared no expense.
About those rainbow arches that frame Apple's inner-spaceship stage...
From Peter Flaherty's "Tim Cook is not 'Political,' just arrogant," posted Thursday on Townhall.com.
No business is good if it is static
Sacconaghi can argue it round or flat.
Wamsi Mohan led a team of analysts who took a deep look at the cost if moving Apple's manufacturing out of China.
So say Gene Munster and Apple. But they've been wrong before.
First China retaliates. Then the Supreme Court rules. What else can go wrong for Apple today? My take: I wouldn’t presume to call a bottom. But…
It is sneaky. And it will be welcomed by those watching Apple’s bottom line.
What this means immediately is that Pepper's suit can proceed. Whether he can win is another matter.