Yeah and even Doug Kass said that divvy increase and buy back would be announced at share holders meeting. We all know how that turned out. Smart money is selling into WWDC which I think is already priced in.
I see even on a holiday weekend Samsung has you working, LOL. What a pathetic piece of work you are. I swear, every time I look at this board you're on it. Get a new job a get a life. Better yet, crawl back under your rock.
the reason why we are "all in" the june 22nd otm calls and not the 14th is because the market is expecting a SURPRISE ANNOUNCEMENT from tim cook @ the closing ceremonies on the 14th.
Apple WWDC 2013 Keynote Confirmed For June 10
Author: Dan Reyes
Published: May 24, 2013 at 4:48 pm
The 2013 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) keynote is all set to happen on June 10 as reported by tech site AllThingsD. WWDC is Apple's annual technology conference where the company showcase their new and upcoming products and services to the world.
That being said, there are a lot of speculations that's currently associated with WWDC 2013 which pertains as to what Apple might have in-store with consumers, most especially to avid fans and patrons of the brand. The latest rumors suggests that the Cupertino-based company is going to unveil the company's highly-anticipated new mobile operating system, the iOS 7, as well as the next-generation OS X operating system for Macs.
There's also a buzz about a possible reveal by Apple for new versions of the iPad and the iPhone, an Apple smartwatch, an Apple TV, an in-car integration for iOS 7, a more social connectivity for iOS 7, as well as the company's own music streaming service called "iRadio." Of course, these are all but speculations circling around the web right this moment, which may or may not come into fruition. However, it is expected that Tim Cook and company might pull in a few surprise announcements in the said event.
This year's WWDC will kick off starting June 10 through the 14th at Moscone Center in San Francisco. For those wanting to buy tickets to attend Apple's WWDC this year, unfortunately, tickets have been sold out already when they went on sale in April. On one hand, registered Apple developers who can't physically attend the WWDC this year will still be able to view the Apple technical presentations via online stream at the Apple's official developer website.