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  Nikkei published an identical report, which turned out to be true. How the market interpreted the facts in that report is on the market, not WSJ or Nikkei. 
  Because that's what they do: build you up just to tear you down later. It's happened to everyone, from Sony to Samsung to Sears, and now it's Apple's turn on the spit.
Or they just sold old stock that was sitting around on hand. Sales were non-existent before the launch of the 5, as everyone was waiting for the reveal to see if it was worth it, or the price drops on current models if it wasn't. Because of this, there was a lot of surplus 4 and 4S's sitting around in back rooms going into September. While they may count as sales for the carriers, phones shipped out in Q3 won't do much for Apple's Q4.
  We're discussing phones, Skil, not tablets. And the sales numbers for the Kindle Fire were pretty strong for a tablet no one wants.
  Exactly what I was going to say. This was a loss for RIM, not Android.
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!
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