“I think they’re just too rooted to the hardware. And I think that hardware is increasingly becoming more commodity.” Fred Wilson said when asked about why Apple won’t be there.
“They don’t have anything in the cloud to speak of, and the stuff they have in the cloud I think is largely not good,” he continued. “And I just don’t think they think about data and the cloud in the way you need to think about things.”
Fred Wilson sold his Apple shares at a per-share price of $91.36 back in 2009 because he believed the company was not being straight with its investors.
AAPL stock is down about 0.8% Tuesday.
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