So AAPL is down again this morning when the market overall is up. And another Wall Street analyst lowered their price target claiming that Apple isn't innovating at the same pace they did under Steve Jobs. Can someone explain to me what pace they're referring to? We got the iMac in 1998, iPod in 2001, iTunes store in 2003, iPhone in 2007 and iPad in 2010. It's not like we were getting groundbreaking products every quarter under Steve. It was 6 years between iPod and iPhone. And when the iPad first came out many joked it was just a blown up iPhone. It hasn't even been 2 years since Steve passed away. I don't get this logic at all. I'd love to ask these Wall Street guys - if Steve were still alive what would we have seen from Apple in 2012 that we didn't see under Cook? Some revolutionary TV interface or wearable computing product? What exactly would be different in terms of products? Apple didn't attend trade shows like CES or MWC when Steve was CEO; they didn't let the public in on new products they were working on. Seems to me there's little Apple is doing differently now than they did 2, 3, 5 years ago. Why is Wall Street so willing to buy into a false narrative?