According to foreign media reports, former Apple CEO John Sculley said in an interview with the media: “The iPhone will not disappear in the decade of the 1920s.
In fact, if you look at Apple’s Based on this, some people predict that the iPhone in 2030 will be one billion times more powerful than the first-generation iPhone launched by Steve Jobs.”
John Sculley served as CEO of Apple from 1983 to 1993.
Former Apple CEO John Sculley (John Sculley) talked about his belief that Apple still has huge room for improvement. He predicts that by 2025, the market value of Apple will exceed $2.5 trillion .
Service is indeed the most important part of Apple this decade. According to John Sculley’s estimates, by 2025, Apple’s service industry profits will reach $50 billion. He believes that one of the development trends that Apple can control is the advanced technology they now have that is vertically integrated with the iPhone.
John Sculley also pointed out what will it mean for Apple when 5G is fully rolled out around the world? The front of Apple is a road of struggle with no end in sight. In terms of operations and execution capabilities, Apple is the most competitive company in the world.
Many people say, why can’t Apple be more innovative? In fact, it has shown considerable innovation in building an ecosystem.
For example, Apple announced this year’s app library (app library). It makes it easier for people to add more applications and be able to upgrade them. This is the engine of Apple’s profitability.
In the service area, especially the application store. John Sculley said he is very optimistic about Apple. He believes that Apple’s market value will reach $2 trillion by the end of this year.
In sharp contrast to John Sculley’s point of view, Apple’s current CEO Tim Cook said when he visited Thailand in 2024 that the iPhone in 2030 may not be much different from today. Said that its tasks are the same, that is, to make good products for users.
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