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.

Lastest Stories by Philip Elmer-DeWitt

What else is new?
Well, last week certainly sucked.
The old Carnegie Library, transformed.
"The city has converted a cultural gem entrusted to the entire city into an exclusive outlet that serves only the few." — Citylab's Kriston Capps
From a note to clients by analyst Tim Arcuri that landed on my desktop Friday.
"Trump sees Apple as a symbol of American strength."
One of best trackers of Apple unit sales shows his math.
Trade war not good for anybody.
Servicing 1.3 billion devices can't be easy.
A curated YouTube for Apple subscribers that pays artists fair royalty rates? Hmm.
Ballsy move on Google's part
A new twist to the endless saga of Samsung's folding phone.
Apple's CEO rings the privacy alarm, pushes back at Elizabeth Warren and takes another crack at Apple's mission statement.
Alongside aerial shots of Facebook, Google, NVIDIA and more.
Apple was down 3%, Buffett said "good."