Apple’s September quarter earnings were slightly down, again, and iPhone sales in China are challenged, but the largest company in the world (by market cap) still has much to celebrate.
We talk to Milford Asset Management’s Sydney based analyst Daniel Wu who has covered Apple for the last 6-7 years. This is a fascinating conversation covering whether the Apple phenomenon can continue, its approach to AI, new products such as the Vision Pro, being carbon neutral by 2030, and are the shares overvalued?
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