AppleRecap: Conferences, Evolutions, and a Bond Sale

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Is Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) really in decline or is its recently falling share price given too much weight by most Apple analysts? Horace Dediu, who has a reputation as one of the most prescient and thoughtful Apple analysts working today, definitely believes that there are many exaggerated and distorted claims being made about Apple’s so-called share price volatility. But the company’s recent dip has concerned new Apple shareholders, who perhaps gave share price far more significance than it should objectively be given. Despite this thinking, Apple investors bid the stock up into the green Thursday following Wednesday’s decline. The stock ended the day up $6.32, 1.42 percent, at $445.52. Here’s a cheat sheet to today’s top Apple stories:

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Apple Is Burning the Midnight Oil for This Project

The Worldwide Developers Conference, scheduled for June 10-14, is barely over a month away and nobody knows this more than the software engineers who are working on Apple’s iOS 7 project. According to anonymous sources via AllThingsD, Apple’s software engineers are burning the midnight oil in order to get iOS 7’s reworked appearance ready in time for its preliminary debut at the WWDC… (Read more.)

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