“Piper Jaffray analyst Eugene Munster said Thursday shares of Apple Computer Inc. (AAPL) are likely to feel pressure despite the company posting relatively good fiscal second quarter numbers late Wednesday,” Dow Jones reports. “‘But with Apple expectations always so high, nothing is going to make the Street happy today,’ he said, speaking on CNBC.
Dow Jones reports, “Munster warned that the company needs to quickly ‘get some exciting products out there or else the Street’s appetite is going to wane.'”
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MacDailyNews Take: While we wouldn’t mind seeing the mythical and now-nearly-a-year-late 3GHz G5 — perhaps thats what Power Mac G5 buyers are still waiting for, since you promised it for last summer, Mr. Jobs? — we still see Apple’s hardware, operating system, and software lineup as its strongest ever. Apple already has plenty of “exciting products out there,” so maybe Apple should buy some TV advertising for something other than the iPod and let the rest of the world know about them? Run the ads on CNBC, at least, so the analysts see them.