More analysts agree Apple iPhone 5 unveiling will be the main event, but not Apple’s last one for 2012

More analysts agree Apple iPhone 5 unveiling will be the main event, but not Apple’s last one for 2012
If you still haven’t caught the Apple iPhone 5 virus that’s been plaguing all news recently, you’d definitely do so in the coming couple of days just before Apple’s big announcement on Wednesday (stay tuned, we’ll be covering all of it!). But while everyone agrees about this being the “main event,” now more analysts concur that the iPhone unveiling won’t be Apple’s last event for the year.

“All eyes turn to the ‘main event,’ but not the last event this year,” Topeka Capital Markets analyst Brian White said.

The analyst issues a research note on Monday morning praising Apple and calling the upcoming announcement the “biggest upgrade in consumer electronics history.” While this might sound funny for industry watchers caring only about the hardware, from a financial standpoint White might have a lot of reason.



Most recently, Apple stock hit a record high over $680 ashare and with the usual fluctuations around the launch, analysts are bullish about the company’s future.

source: BGR

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