Apple’s Next Step to Change the World
On Jan. 9, 2007, Steve Jobs stood in front of a crowd of hundreds of people and made an announcement that would change the world forever.
In 1984, we introduced the Macintosh. It didn’t just change Apple, it changed the whole computer industry.
In 2001, we introduced the first iPod, and… it didn’t just — it didn’t just change the way we all listen to music, it changed the entire music industry.
Well, today, we’re introducing three revolutionary products of this class.
The first one: is a widescreen iPod with touch controls.
The second: is a revolutionary mobile phone.
And the third is a breakthrough internet communications device.
So, three things: a widescreen iPod with touch controls; a revolutionary mobile phone; and a breakthrough internet communications device.
An iPod, a phone and an internet communicator. An iPod, a phone… Are you getting it?
These are not three separate devices, this is one device, and we are calling it iPhone.
Jobs was a genius in his own right. And an even better businessman.
His record bringing Apple from small computer company to tech giant shows it.
Today, iPhones are Apple’s No. 1 product in terms of revenue — generating $142 billion in 2019 alone.
And from the very beginning, it sunk the other competition.
But let’s be clear, Apple did not “invent” the smartphone.
Companies like BlackBerry and Motorola already had a hand in the smartphone game. But their devices proved clunky, confusing and not nearly as streamlined as the iPhone.
Apple took the idea and perfected it in their own way.
And very soon, we could see them change the world again. This time, in a brand-new sector of technology.
The Race for Apple-Fi
We’ve talked a lot about satellite internet and the billionaires racing to provide it.
SpaceX’s Starlink, OneWeb… even Amazon revealed that they’re working on a worldwide high-speed internet system.
And then there’s Apple.
Apple didn’t have the first MP3 player, the first personal computer or the first smartphone.
But they changed those markets when they finally entered.
And rumors out there right now point to them entering some form of satellite internet soon.
As always, Apple executives continue to decline any commentary on upcoming projects.
Secrecy has always been a No. 1 priority for Apple. And it works out perfectly in their favor.
It allows them to keep their ideas secret while at the same time drums up hype and speculation on what the next big thing will be.
Apple has already hired dozens of individuals with expertise in satellites and aerospace technology.
And while we may be anxious to know exactly what the product will be…
I say it’s a good thing they’re taking their time to make it perfect.
Too many satellite companies in the past have failed or gone bankrupt and failed.
Apple has the tools and funding it needs to be able to deliver the perfect product.
Keep an eye out…
Because tomorrow I’ll be releasing a special issue of Technology Profits Daily.
I’ll be revealing how you can benefit from this massive change to the industry.
And all the opportunities that could net you a huge windfall of profits.
To a bright future,