Andy Paul asks senior technology analyst Eric Bleeker what's caused Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL) stock to fall.
Having previously looked unstoppable at circa $700 on the day of the iPhone 5's launch, Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL.US) share price has since taken a fall, down to around $540 per stock today. With fingers pointing towards the muted consumer response to the iPad mini compared to previous Apple launches, Fool.co.uk's Andy Paul seeks some answers from senior technology analyst Eric Bleeker, and asks what the future might hold for the world's most valuable company.
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> Neither Andy nor Eric own shares in Apple.