Apple's Next Big Move: A Sneak Peek

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With Apple's (NAS: AAPL)  newest iPhone slated for release sometime in the early fall, it's hard not to be a little curious about what exactly Tim Cook and company are coming out with next. In today's edition, research analyst Lyons George discusses the rumors surrounding the Cupertino giant's forthcoming smartphone, including the possible integration of OLED (organic light-emitting diode) technology. Watch as our analyst considers how that could affect Apple's business, and why Apple might have to change its competitive strategy going forward.

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