And that's exactly what Apple will do. That's why it's rational, sane and logical to be bullish AAPL near term. Now, as I explained Thursday, there is the real issue of the next big thing. Apple needs this, but we shouldn't confuse this legitimate source of bearishness with the matter at hand -- the next iPhone release and how Apple can continue to dominate with its current, general product lineup.
-- Written by Rocco Pendola in Santa Monica, Calif.
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