Apple Computer (AAPL) closed at $37.26, down $3.78, or 9.21%, on massive volume of 97,863,155, making the Cupertino Mac and iPod maker the second most actively-traded stock on the NASDAQ today after the Nasdaq-100 (QQQQ) volume of 154.43 million.

Currently in After Hours trading shares of Apple Computer have shed 6-cents and stand at $37.20.

MacDailyNews Take: Good thing they didn’t report a loss yesterday. Or maybe it’s a bad thing. Who knows?

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