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Considering all the reports that have been published since launch commenting on production problems with this line, yeah. Cook should have ironed out the bugs before launch like he normally does, but they rushed out an already delayed product in hopes of racking up some sales over the holidays. This isn't rocket science, Sol.
Or it means supply is extremely limited, and Apple is diverting shipments away from the uk in order to keep the wait time in the US down before the Earnings Call.
Production problems.
And if we were comparing Apple to other companies, that would mean something. We're not. The market is comparing Tim Cook's Apple to Steve Jobs's Apple, unfair as that might be.Just release that earnings report already and put your damn cards on the table. Put an end to these ridiculous speculation articles.
Dodge those taxes, Timmy. Dodge, Duck, Dip, Dive and Dodge!
No, it's pretty common in cases like this to bring in the big boss if the accusations are that they are responsible for the situation in question, which Cook, Schultz, and Otellini are. I think the real misconception is that these celebrity CEOs are above litigation of this sort, and have "people" who handle it for them.
And yet every brick and mortar store in my state had plenty of stock, and the iPad/iPad Mini was selling at or below MSRP on eBay throughout December. The only way to get more than MSRP was by selling international, and attracting buyers in countries where they hadn't yet been released officially.   I know these analysts continue to speak of supply issues holding back overall sales, but too many factors indicate supply met demand throughout Q4.
  But the market doesn't operate purely based on P/E, and there is still a lot of uncertainty in regards to Cook's leadership, especially after the recent gaffs with the Retail chain and the (much needed, according to some) departure of Forstall. Apple needs to not only have a great year, but release some truly innovative products with their next iPad, iPhone, iOS7 and Mac lines before 1,000 and higher become realistic possibilities.
  I wasn't aware Apple had released sales figures for Q4. I thought that was next week.   As for Q3, well: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/08/galaxy-s3-sales-worlds-number-one-smartphone_n_2091689.html   Now if you want to compare ALL iPhones, from 3GS to 5, versus ALL Galaxy S series phones, pretty sure Samsung comes out ahead on that too.
Bought my shares back when it was under 150 so it's all gravy to me, but $1,100 seems a bit ludicrous unless PJ thinks the iTV is not only a reality but a serious contender (I really don't think it is, not when you can get a fantastic 60" TV that is an inch and a half thick for under a grand right now) With the overall computer market down, and increasingly stiff competition in both the tablet and mobile phone markets, they would have to enter a new market completely to...
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