I’m not saying that Apple is dying. A company whose net worth is bigger than the gross domestic product of Sweden, Argentina and Taiwan, to name but three, can weather a very long dry spell. But there is a faint stink of corruption about its overripe devices.
As someone who writes about technology companies, I don’t invest in them — darn it — but if I were an unconstrained betting man, I’d start shorting Steve Jobs’ old company. Apple is starting to rot.
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