Apple: WWDC-Driven AI Super Cycle


  • Apple unveiled new AI-driven software at WWDC, enhancing existing applications and improving user experience with personalized interactions and secure data processing.
  • The company’s focus on AI integration across its product line, including new Siri features and advanced photo sorting capabilities, is expected to drive a significant sales super cycle.
  • With a large portion of iPhone users using older models, the introduction of advanced AI features exclusive to newer hardware could incentivize upgrades, making Apple a strong buy for investors.

Apple Store at 5th Ave in Manhattan, New York City


Investment Thesis

Last week, at Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), the tech giant unveiled new AI drive software designed for their iPhone, iPad and Mac lineups with advanced AI capabilities that I believe will be key to driving

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