I've considered that, but discarded the notion. At a P/E of about 12 (discounting for $60 billion in cash holdings) it can hardly be called a bubble. I think Apple's quiet nature leaves the stock to react negatively to negative news put out by competitors and media haters.
Actually, the success of Android is prima-fascia evidence of an inability to execute. Rather than developing something really great, they just ship free software they downloaded from the internet (Android) and call it a product...total lack of execution.
It's stating the obvious. Of course more products means more choice. You, like many others, assume that more choice is good. That's not always true. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Par...y_More_Is_Less