Tim Cook confirms no new Apple devices until late September!


Well this comes from the most reliable source and no one can argue with that.  The market was hoping a new iPhone would appear around June/July, but that isn’t going to happen. Tim Cook recently stated there will be no new products appearing from the company until the fall at the earliest, which officially begins on September 22. He also pointed to 2014 for new devices. In other words, we won’t be seeing a new iPhone until the end of September, but it could be even later than that!

This of course has to be taken into consideration along with the company's financial results that were released yesterday, with a net profit of $9.5 billion on revenue totaling $43.6 billion. In fact Apple sold 37.4 million iPhones and 19.5 million iPads, that’s up from 35.1 million and 11.8 million for the same quarter last year. Mac sales remained flat with 4 million sold.

So if you were expecting a new iPhone this summer, better think twice. Keep your money and don't sell your own smartphone until the fall if you want to get the new iDevices first.


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