We know, we know. Apple's iPhone 6 is going to be absolutely huge.
It's only June, but the discussion of what's undoubtedly one of Apple investors' most significant growth opportunities has already been one of the most widely discussed technology storylines of 2014. And we're likely still months away from the iPhone 6's actual public debut.
However, looking past Apple's most high-profile storyline, there are still plenty of other reasons for investors to be bullish on Apple stock.
Looking past the iPhone 6 for Apple
Arguably the most important near-term growth driver on the table for Apple, aside from its stealth home-run quarter in the making, could be the possible repatriation tax holiday that's being batted around by key members in the US Senate as we speak.
Equally intriguing are the cadre of potential new products that Apple could also have in the works including an advanced Apple TV with some kind of content offering attached, a smartwatch, a mobile payments solution, and who knows what else. Each of these possible products would represent entirely new revenue and profit engines for Apple. In the video below, tech and telecom specialist Andrew Tonner discusses in greater detail why, although the iPhone 6 gets the lion's share of the hype for Apple these days, plenty of other possible catalysts exist that could also prove fruitful for Apple stock.
Leaked: Apple's next smart device (warning: it may shock you)
Apple recently recruited a secret-development Dream Team to guarantee its newest smart device was kept hidden from the public for as long as possible. But the secret is out... and some early viewers are even claiming its everyday impact could trump the iPod, iPhone, AND the iPad. In fact, ABI Research predicts 485 million of these type of devices will be sold per year. But one small company makes this gadget possible. And its stock price has nearly unlimited room to run for early in-the-know investors. To be one of them, and see Apple's newest smart gizmo, just click here!
Andrew Tonner owns shares of Apple. The Motley Fool recommends and owns shares of Apple. Try any of our Foolish newsletter services free for 30 days. We Fools may not all hold the same opinions, but we all believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.