Jason Snell did a stellar job transcribing the call, as usual.
Jason Snell, on Six Colours:
On January 29, Apple’s executives spoke with analysts on a conference call following its release of its quarterly results. This is a complete transcript of those statements.
Tim Cook on Apple’s earning’s call:
We were surprised, somewhat, that through all of this period of time that the iPhone X winds up at the most popular for every week of the time since the launch and so that’s, I think, a powerful point. And it’s number one in China, which is another powerful point. And so obviously at some point if those technologies move to lower price points and that [inaudible] probably more unit demand. But the way we think about is trying to price a reasonable price for the value that we deliver and I feel that we did that.
There were plenty of recent rumours suggesting the iPhone X’s price would go down by $100 to $899, perhaps also to make way for an iPhone X Plus at the $999 price point. After hearing Tim’s remarks on the X last night, I wouldn’t expect the price to go down anytime soon — the iPhone X is selling extremely well, and people are voting with their wallets by buying them. You just don’t walk away from that as Apple.
I hope I’m wrong.
(You can find a full transcript of the call on iMore.)
Rene Ritchie does a stellar job, as usual.
Rene Ritchie & Jason Snell:
Apple CEO Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri spoke with analysts during the company’s Q2 2016 earnings call. Here’s our ongoing live transcript of their remarks, courtesy Rene Ritchie and special guest typist Jason Snell of Six Colors!
Stellar work, as usual.