Without any catalyst for significant growth, this will be the price range where AAPL should settle into. It will last for many years. Of course there will be ups and downs but if you look at other major technology companies, you will notice they have traded at approximately 1/2 of their all times highs once their meteoric run-ups ended. Apple declaring a dividend was the important hint that the run-up is over, which is typical of other tech giants when they have run out of catalysts for significant growth.
Obviously you are disgruntled. The numbers look good now, they will not as it becomes more apparent their is no catalyst to maintain and grow the numbers. Apple is not going to cut the dividend if growth abates, their not going to cut research costs as growth abates. The business will level off and the stock will trade at a single digit PE. That will put the stock at about 350 or so as growth abates. Sure it may see 450 or above, on the other hand, it may see 250 or lower during a bear market. But it's clear, the meteor has landed.