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Is Apple about to surprise analysts with better than expected June quarter results?
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Apple may have figured out its move for competing with Samsung and other rivals in foreign countries, but it may never be enough to actually come out on top.
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Apple's next iPad could come out earlier than suggested in its last earnings call.
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Several analysts from a major financial services company believe that the wearable technology market will grow bigger than most investors realize and that Apple could be one of the major beneficiaries of this lucrative new market growth.
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