Apple snaps out of iPhone slump
SAN FRANCISCO — Apple has snapped out of the first sales slump in the iPhone’s decade-long history, but the upturn doesn’t mean that the pioneering company has broken out of its innovation funk. If anything, the numbers released Tuesday in Apple’s fiscal first-quarter report served as the latest reminder of the company’s growing dependence on the iPhone while fruitlessly trying to come up with another breakthrough product since its chief visionary, Steve Jobs, died in 2011.
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