“It was another magical, amazing, revolutionary year for Apple – at least according to Cupertino,” Chloe Albanesius writes for PC Magazine. “From those of us beyond the reality distortion field, however, Apple’s efforts in 2013 weren’t too shabby – from a complete overhaul of iOS to a more recent deal that could dramatically extend its presence in China.”
“There were some rough patches, of course. Apple’s stock price took a tumble this year, dropping from $700 in Sept. 2012 to less than $400 by June, prompting discussion about whether Tim Cook should step down as CEO,” Albanesius writes. “Prices have rebounded a bit – sitting at $570 as of Monday – as people turned their attention to new iPhones, iPads, and Macs, and Cook promising ‘big things’ for 2014.”
Albanesius writes, “But will we have to wait until the second half of next year for something new like we did this year?”
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