Former Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) CEO John Sculley is not sold on the iPhone 7. During an interview on the FOX Business Networkâ€™s Cavuto: Coast to Coast, he discussed why he looks forward to Appleâ€™s 10th anniversary.
â€œI think we are just starting to see some of the building blocks to whatâ€™s going to happen next year, but I donâ€™t think the announcement this year is going to be a fundamental changer for Apple. Apple is a great company, itâ€™s going to do well. I think it would be worth a lot more money a year from now-- but I think itâ€™s largely going to be the iPhone on the 10th anniversary,â€ he said.
And for Sculley, one those building blocks includes the new AirPod, a wireless ear bud, that will replace the current headphones.
Meanwhile, Appleâ€™s competitor, Samsung is currently dealing with a global recall for its Note 7 due to exploding batteries.
â€œIâ€™m sure Samsung was caught by surprise of this battery problem. Whether they have a plan B for it, weâ€™ll just have to find outâ€¦ The reality is, the tech world is full of uncertainties. There are cycles. There are times when the whole industry is booming and then there are other times when weâ€™re a tweener -- when youâ€™re between something big and something that will happen out in the futureâ€¦ Thatâ€™s just the nature of high tech,â€ he said.
He also discussed Hillary Clintonâ€™s health.
â€œI had pneumonia one timeâ€¦ It just takes all of your energy. Itâ€™s not that sheâ€™s critically sick, itâ€™s that at a time when she feels that sheâ€™s got to be everywhere, she really probably has to just lay lowâ€¦ the key thing is sheâ€™s got to be rested by the time she gets to that debate,â€ he said.