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                                       Apple Stock Predictions
                                       Posted by news on Monday, 3 October, 2011, 11:58 AM




                                                                         Wall Street wasn't impressed either: Apple's stock fell
                                                                         sharply after Tuesday's announcement (though it's
                                                                         since bounced back). Even Hitler's pretty angry about
                                                                         the whole thing. It appears advanced voice-recognition
                                                                         software, a better camera, ...

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                                       Apple Stock Predictions
                                       Posted by news on Monday, 3 October, 2011, 11:58 AM




                                                                                             Many are dimissing the iPhone 4S as
                                                                                             Apple's most underwhelming product
                                                                                             launch in a long time. Could the
                                                                                             company have managed expectations
                                                                                             better?


                                                                                             Those voters aren't alone. In the last
                                                                                             24 hours, social networks have been
                                                                                             littered with open dissing of the
                                                                                             iPhone 4S. Shortly after the unveiling,
                                       Twitter users were calling it "lame," "insipid," and "meh." "No iPhone 5" was trending
                                       higher on the social site than both "iPhone 4S" and "The iPhone 4S." Wall Street
                                       wasn't impressed either: Apple's stock fell sharply after Tuesday's announcement
                                       (though it's since bounced back). Even Hitler's pretty angry about the whole thing.


                                       It appears advanced voice-recognition software, a better camera, and a faster
                                       processor weren't enough to stir Apple customers into an iTizzy, especially after
                                       months of runaway rumors and speculation—including such juicy tidbits as the WiMax
                                       version, an ultra-thin teardrop design, and larger, edge-to-edge screen that were
                                       supposedly being cooked up by Apple, but didn't actually happen. When Apple CEO
                                       Tim Cook threw up the slide that showed the iPhone 4S looking exactly the same as
                                       the iPhone 4, the collective "whaaaat?" was like a great disturbance in the Force.


                                       Conventional wisdom says Apple likes the rumor mill, that the nonstop parade of
                                       whispered predictions, leaks, and completely made-up stuff amounts to a huge chunk
                                       of free marketing for the company. In this case, though, that hype machine appears to
                                       have backfired, raising expectations to unattainable levels. Sure, the bar is always set
                                       pretty high for an Apple release, but this time the gap between anticipation and
                                       actuality is a chasm.


                                       Part of the reason is timing. The October announcement comes almost four months
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                                       after Apple was first expected to roll out a new phone. The added wait time seemed to

				
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