Can Apple, Inc. Still Grow?

Can Apple, Inc. Still Grow?

Apple's first-quarter year-over-year revenue growth wasn't spectacular at just 6%. Continued single-digit growth rates like these have left investors wondering whether Apple can continue to grow meaningfully in the future.

In the video below, Fool contributor Daniel Sparks explains why he thinks China, along with Apple's recent arrangement with China Mobile, is an undervalued growth opportunity for the company. Not only is Apple's growth in Greater China already robust without China Mobile, but growth may even accelerate in the future with the help of a China Mobile arrangement. Sure, Apple's Greater China revenue may only account for 15% of its total revenue, but robust growth rates in the region are large enough to have a meaningful impact on the company's overall top line growth.

Check out the video below to hear more about Daniel's thoughts on Apple's opportunity in China.

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