Apple has been here before

Growth in the last quarter of 2013 (Q1 '14 here, as these are fiscal quarters) was similarly low, as consumers didn't see enough new bells and whistles in the iPhone 5S compared with the iPhone 5. Meanwhile, a lot of consumers were favoring larger-screened phones from Samsung and other Android phone makers. 

What happened next? Apple released the slightly larger iPhone 6 and very large iPhone 6 Plus in late 2014. Sales skyrocketed, Samsung was vanquished, and the company's stock nearly doubled from January 2014 to the middle of 2015.



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