Reports say the company may unveil high- and low-end versions of its smartphone as early as next month.
US stock markets are set for a slightly higher open after a 4-day losing streak and ahead of several retail companies' earnings.
Coach, Express added to Greenblatt's value screen.
Without new products to replenish its ecosystem, Apple runs the risk of losing some of its sway with consumers.
Stocks are lower in early afternoon trading, but the losses remain fairly small -- after Thursday's selloff, that can be considered a victory.
US markets are set to rise at the open after Thursday's declines and ahead of data on housing starts and a consumer-sentiment survey.
The activist investor is pushing the tech giant for a bigger buyback.
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