Apple's recent run hasn't exactly been magical. The company's stock is down about 20 percent from its peak in September, and there are plenty of concerns dogging the company. Over the past few weeks, Apple has had to deal with fears that the profitability of its products is falling, that supply issues have limited its ability to sell its products, that its newly released iPad Mini would cannibalize sales of its larger iPad, and that the weaker consumer spending environment could finally take its toll on demand for its products. In addition, the company has had to deal with a management shuffle, calling into question the direction and strength of its leadership team.
All of those concerns led one bond guru, Jeffrey Gundlach, the CEO and co-founder of investment firm Doubleline Capital, to call for Apple's stock head down further to m performance iphone case $425, Despite his endorsement, Apple shares recently fell 2.6 percent to $543.69 in early trading today, Kidron, however, believes that all of the negativity has already been factored into the stock, and actually sees shares rising to $620, "We believe the sell-off is overdone and should correct," he said in a research note today, "We view $620 as an intermediate target as investors review the good fundamentals in light of the sharp pull-back."A lot of the issues stemmed from Apple trying to launch too many products at once, likely straining its supply chain and its own resources..
"This was too much to digest in a short period for margins, but we see it leaving Apple strongly positioned heading into 2013 despite macro headwinds," he said. Still, Kidron expressed some caution, noting that the macroeconomic environment would have to improve or Apple would have to start beating expectations again if the stock wants to rise past $620. Updated at 7:11 a.m. PT: to include the updated stock movement. The recent pullback on the stock may present a good buying opportunity, now that many of the concerns surrounding Apple have been priced in.
A ZTE boss posted the m performance iphone case picture above on the Chinese site Weibo, spotted by WMPoweruser, Alongside the snap -- which shows the older Windows Phone logo -- he describes the screen as a full high-definition job, packing 1,080x1,920 pixels, There's just one problem: Windows Phone doesn't support 1080p screens yet, It's only with Windows Phone 8, which arrived this month, that the software allows for high-definition screens -- and then only 720p, The new Nokia Lumia 920 and HTC 8X both sport 720p screens for watching movies and TV, playing games and browsing the Web..
If it does turn out to be real, the ZTE Windows (big) Phone could be one of the first rivals to the Note, and the first on Windows Phone. The new Windows interface of coloured square 'live tiles' is designed for touchscreens of all sizes so would scale well. The Samsung Galaxy Note was the first oversized phone -- or is it an undersized tablet? Known in some circles as a phablet, the Note proved surprisingly popular among those who value a big screen over the ability to slide your phone into your skinny jeans.