Apple (AAPL) Slips to Six-Month Lows as 'iPhone Top' Takes Shape

November 15, 2012 10:15 AM EST
Apple, Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) are now back below last week's low and are currently trading at the lowest point since last May.

Since the introduction of the iPhone 5 and subsequent supply issues, Apple has steadily fallen 25 percent from over $700 down to today's level around $530.

We mentioned a possible iPhone Top late in October, but continued issues into the holiday shopping season are still on investors' minds.

The stock is down 0.8 percent on the session.

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