In this edition of Investor Beat: Shares of Apple fall in the wake of bad news from a supplier.
Despite a lower sales volume, the iPad maker's profit is far more than its competitors in the sector.
A recent survey shows more smartphone users interested in the new offering.
Remember what happened when Dell made a similar move?
It's not clear that the company's management can overcome its current challenges.
If another 1.5 billion units are expected to be in 2013, the company hopes to be responsible for 500 million of them.
The investment bank has removed the tech giant from its Conviction Buy List on concerns over market share and new user growth.
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