jarrod
jarrod

🔗 If you’d bought Apple shares instead of iPhones, you’d now have $147,000 — techcrunch.com // Haje Jan Kamps

I figured a more fair way of calculating it would be to imagine buy a top-of-the-line iPhone every time Apple releases a new iPhone, or spend the same amount on Apple stock. If you had done that, by my calculations, you’d have spent around $16,000 on iPhones over the years (that’s around $20,000 in today’s dollars). If you’d bought Apple shares instead, you’d today have $147,000 or so – or a profit of around $131,000.

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patrickrhone
patrickrhone

@jarrod I won't divulge how much she owns or how much it's worth today but my wife bought an iPhone Pro Max's worth when it was around nine bucks per share.

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dillonmok@mastodon.social
dillonmok@mastodon.social

@jarrod You know those people who say “AppleCare is my case"?

What about “Apple stocks are my phone”

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jarrod
jarrod

@patrickrhone That’s awesome! 👏

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jarrod
jarrod

@dillonmok Or “Apple stock as my phone are my retirement” 😂

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