Wall Street Reaction Mixed on Apple News
On Tuesday, Apple dazzled those in attendance with a sleek new iPad Air
, the second generation iPad mini with Retina
display, a MacBook Pro upgrade
, free Mavericks upgrade
for Mac users, and a host of other software improvements
But, once again, Wall Street's reaction to the latest Apple product updates wasn't abundantly positive. It's almost a tradition, in fact, that AAPL sells off in the hours that follow an Apple media event.
Such was the case today.
"Apple was last trading down nearly 2% to $512.80, after a brief rally when the new tablet was introduced," MarketWatch reported a short while ago. "The stock had been in the red leading up to the event."
Although it isn't clear what disappointed so many traders and investors, a few I've connected with are happy to gripe about the lack of Touch ID on Apple's new iPad Air - a feature that would have certainly accelerated iPad adoption in the enterprise sector.