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Australia's Myer department stores to stop selling Apple products

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tomcoleman    230

click bait.

 

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia’s largest department store operator Myer will stop selling “unprofitable” Apple Inc products as part of its drive to focus on higher-margin items, Myer Holdings said on Friday.

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margrave    1,316

Irrelevant.

 

If they want it they'll just buy from the internet.

 

There are more people in some single states in the U.S. than all of Australia.

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+JR1966    1,135
On 3/23/2019 at 2:16 AM, margrave said:

Irrelevant.

 

If they want it they'll just buy from the internet.

 

There are more people in some single states in the U.S. than all of Australia.

It isn't irrelevant in the grand scheme of things.

 

It goes to the falling sales of Apple products globally and shouldn't be dismissed as irrelevant.

All floods start with a trickle.

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+JR1966    1,135
On 3/23/2019 at 2:01 AM, tomcoleman said:

click bait.

 

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia’s largest department store operator Myer will stop selling “unprofitable” Apple Inc products as part of its drive to focus on higher-margin items, Myer Holdings said on Friday.

Click bait? The iPhone is among the Apple products with falling sales. For a major retailer to potentially stop selling iPhones is a worry for Apple even taking in to account the small Australian market.

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lkernan    161

People go direct to to the Apple Store or JB Hifi. If they're wedded to a department store there's always David Jones.

 
Losing Myer isn't going to bother Apple at all.

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