Apple's Special Event Was Lame

Here are some quick words on Apple's (AAPL) special event on Tuesday -- it was lame! As we feared, not only did the company's latest figures show off iterative at best features, the presentation was less than enthusiastic, as was the reception by attendees at the new Steve Jobs Theater.

Candidly, when Apple began talking about its new retail footprint and then started the iPhone conversation with new colors, we had a feeling it was all about to go downhill. And we were right. What ensued was a noticeable groan, be it for the lack of compelling new features or the fact that Apple's "one more thing" -- the iPhone X -- and its $1,000 price point won't begin shipping until early November, far later than anyone had expected....482 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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