One Week to Go: Apple News on Sept. 8
We’re one week out from the expected date of Apple’s 2020 keynote event…
And I’m shocked!
NO ONE is talking about the biggest secret the company could be about to reveal…
It has nothing to do with a new iPhone.
It’s not 5G.
(In fact, what they might announce could end up killing 5G altogether.)
Is the $5 Internet Almost Here?
In case you’re not up to speed, here’s what could be about to happen.
Every year in September, Apple holds a keynote event that reveals its biggest product releases.
In the past this included new devices like the Apple Watch, features like Siri and new editions of current products.
Consumers use this event to see what Apple’s about to release headed into the autumn/holiday sales season. Investors, on the other hand, see it as an opportunity to make some profits.
For instance, when Apple announced the iPhone, many people did nothing, waited for the release and bought one.
Investors saw a chance to buy up not just Apple stock but partners’ stock too — suppliers, shippers, middlemen, you name it…
So what could Apple announce next Tuesday?
Currently, if you want internet access, you need a router or cell tower nearby.
And the big telecom companies have a stranglehold on Americans — charging enormous monthly fees for their services.
What’s even worse is that if you live in a rural area, high-speed internet costs you more than if you live in a city or suburb. If you can get it at all.
This means millions of Americans are shut out from high-speed signal service just because of where they live.
But what if there were a way to bypass the telecom companies?
And beam high-speed internet right to your phone?
This is what could make Sept. 8 so important…
I call what Apple could be on the verge of announcing “Apple-Fi.”
That’s right: If my research is correct, Apple could be working on a way to give fast, reliable signal to all Apple devices… cheaply and efficiently… while cutting out the major telecom companies.
And judging by how they’ve priced their other services like Apple Arcade and Apple TV+…
This could cost consumers as low as $4.99 a month. Telecom companies currently charge around $100 a month for high-speed signal.
The big question here is how can you take advantage of what Apple could be about to announce?
To a bright future,