Despite Wall Street doubters, there are reasons to stay bullish on the world's most valuable company.
The company will tie in its new badge with upcoming releases of Windows 8, Office and phone software.
The No. 1 computer maker sees PC sales drop 10% and lowers guidance for the full year.
The iPhone maker is on fire, burning past Microsoft's 1999 record for the world's most valuable company. But the mighty do have a tendency to fall.
Technology that worked well in one era is often considered a weakness in the next.
The iPhone maker is now the most valuable public company in history, breaking a record for market cap that the software giant set in 1999.
The company's shares are on a steep climb, making it the most valuable company ever, with a market value of more than $622 billion.
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