On the concall, TC discussed that since the buyback program unfolds
over time, the average re-purchase price would be reported at
the program's end, as if it were executed by "dollar cost averaging".
Perhaps this has gone out of style, but can't Apple's Braeburn subsidiary
use "zero-cost collar" options to hedge share retirement at a fixed price,
similar to foreign currency hedging? This would only make sense if
the option premiums are reasonable, and if the 400ish price...