Idiotic assertion. They just posted $13.81 in earnings, put 16 billion into the bank, and that was with iPhone constraints, iPad mini constraints, iMac constraints, a hit to margins because of so many new products, and they still have an increased dividend, China Mobile, DoCoMo, iTV, iWatch and iRadio in their future.
And did you ever think that sandbagging a quarter or two would be the perfect opportunity to turn back time and do what they failed to do when Steve Jobs was alive ... and buy back a TON of their stock at a reasonable price??? Let's say they were going to buy back 50 billion in stock. The drop from $700 to $450 saves them about 20 billion in cash. I might have my tinfoil hat a bit too snug, but it's worth thinking about. Good luck.
Unlike you, Tim Cook is running the company with the best longterm interests of the company in mind, and not emotional investors panicking due to a dip in the share price.