Apple To Reach $1 Trillion Valuation Thanks To iPhone 5, iPad Mini, And iHDTV
After becoming the most valuable company of all time, Apple is now on the verge of becoming the first company to reach a one trillion valuation. Analysts believe that soon people will start referring to Apple in trillions, not billions because the company will get a lot of help from three new devices.
According to analyst Brian White, Apple is launching the new iPhone 5, an iPad Mini, and a HDTV. The Topeka Capital Markets analysts sounds very confident when speaking about these devices, however, it’s not like we’ve never heard about them before.
If the iPhone 5 launch is a certainty, there are huge chances that the iPad Mini will also make an appearance during an event that is supposed to take place on September 12th. In addition, Apple’s HDTV has been long-rumored even before the death of Steve Jobs.
A few months ago the rumor mill cited inside sources claiming that Steve Jobs has finally cracked the code of the TV market, and that he left clear plans for this segment. This led to a number of rumors, and if the analysts is very sure that the iHDTV will make an appearance soon, then it’s very likely that it will be launched next month.
Back in June when Samsung Galaxy S III sales skyrocketed, many analysts claimed that this will finally led to Apple’s downfall. Coupled with a number of problems with the hardware, the numerous lawsuits that the company is involved in, last year’s Steve Jobs death, the imminent launch of Windows 8 and Windows 8-powered tablets were supposed to overcome Apple, but as it turns out, now analysts believe that the Cupertino firm will get past the $1 trillion valuation by the end of the year.
Well, it remains to be seen whether all these three devices will become available in the near future, and then we can speak about Apple’s $1 trillion valuation.