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(Marketwatch)   Remember last September when Apple was the darling of Wall Street at $700/share? Well, hold on to those memories   (marketwatch.com) divider line 1
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2013-06-25 01:45:25 PM  
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AcneVulgaris: Piizzadude: I really dislike a lot of things about Apple and have not bought one of their products in years (my daughter has an iPhone, but she is an adult and she will learn eventually) but this is sorta temporary.

It is still fallout from Jobs death and lackluster iP5 hype/sales. If the next iPhone is an "s" version, then the slide will continue. If it is a true iPhone 6 with a ton of new features (not sure they know how to innovate) that other phones already have, then they should bounce back.

Do I ever see them hitting 700 again, nah. 500-550 is doable though.

I think they're done.  You can finally get Android phones that work pretty good, for less... so they've got nothing to stand out with.  There aren't nearly as many Apple fanbois as the neckbeards would have us believe.


Fanbois? No. Most of the people who buy Apple products are not "fanbois" at all. That's still the same tiny group as when Macs held two percent of the computer market. Companies who get their ass kicked by Apple blame the fanbois instead of admitting that their product isn't good enough to compete. Losers who've been brainwashed to hate Apple prattle on about fanbois when millions of people buy iPhones or iPads, because it doesn't fit with the limited view of reality that's been poured into their empty heads. Ever stop to think that there are reasons for non-fanboi consumers to buy these products? Ever stop to think, period?
 
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