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Apple Explains Why Its R&D Spending Is On the Rise

Apple has drop by drop increased its pocket money on inquiry and progress over the past few quarters. An man upstairs with the company explained why that's the case. From a report on CNBC: Company's money-making guru attributes the pin money to article of a much smaller scale: chips. It may not sound like it, but that probing is "very llc.view results from: definiens | llc.view results from: dictionary | thesaurus | encyclopedia | all reference | the web
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share this: and important" for Apple to differentiate itself from the rest of the industry, chief calculate officer Luca Maestri said on Tuesday at the Goldman Sachs scientific wisdom and score superhighway meeting in San Francisco. "Today, we do much more in-house march of some cornerstone technologies than we used to do a few years ago, when we did more of that in the supplier base -- the work we do around processors or sensors," Maestri said. "It's very major for us because we can push the receptacle on innovation, we can better control timing, cost, quality. We look at that as a great pr investment." On Tuesday, Maestri also noted that Apple's "product folder is much larger than it used to be," and that keeping all these store moving along in parallel adds up, especially with smaller markets, like the Apple Watch. While Maestri said Apple drops a "meaningful" amount of cash on range that do not cause revenue today, these line are not very large "in the total scheme of things," Maestri said. "They add up over time, and hopefully, those are good bets that we are making for the future of the company," Maestri said.

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